Andrew Stokes is a commercial litigator with experience in a wide array of practice areas. Andrew helps his clients navigate commercial disputes a with an eye toward their business objectives. Andrew has particular experience managing electronic discovery, including in complex litigation. He also advises clients on various issues related to attorney-client privilege, including in non-litigation context.
Prior to joining Carney, Andrew was an associate at an international law firm, and before that he spent several years as a business intelligence analyst for a Seattle-based company. Andrew maintains a robust pro bono practice; his recent cases have focused on civil rights litigation and immigration representation. When he’s not practicing law, Andrew enjoys spending time outdoors, playing Dungeons & Dragons, and relaxing with his partner and cat.
- JD Seattle University School of Law, WA (2018)
- BA Whitman College, WA (2008)
Bar and Court Admissions
- State of Washington
- District Court for the Western District of WA
- District Court for the Eastern District of WA
- Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
- WA State Bar Association
- “Careers in e-Discovery” panel discussion at Seattle University School of Law, March 2022
- “How to be an Expert at Witnessing,” co-presented with Sean Selin and Hon. Michael J. Trickey (Ret.), Computer Technology
Investigators Network conference, May 2019
- “Subpoenas and the Stored Communications Act,” K&L Gates Litigation Minute, November 2021
- “Cops for Hire: Reforming Regulation of Private Police in Washington State,” Seattle Journal for Social Justice, Spring 2018