Andrew is the founder of Bull Blockchain Law LLP. After finding Bitcoin in 2011, Andrew ran one of the first cryptocurrency mining companies in the U.S. as well as a digital asset hedge fund. Andrew’s background in blockchain includes extensive business, legal, and academic experience. Since writing a thesis on Bitcoin regulation in 2013, he has written several publications for legal journals, been quoted in Forbes on digital assets, spoken at international blockchain conferences, contributed to a European Union publication on U.S. blockchain legislation, and developed some of the first blockchain-focused courses for law schools and graduate programs. In 2020, he was one of the American Bar Association’s Top 40 Young Lawyer Award nominees, and is currently an adjunct professor of law at Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline’s School of Law, teaching blockchain and cryptocurrency law.
Through his legal expertise in digital assets, experience in blockchain, and academic background in policy and regulation, Andrew offers a unique interdisciplinary perspective to address the wide range of issues his clients face. Andrew strives for advancement in the industry and believes bridging the gap between technology and law is essential to client services.