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Rawle Andrews Jr., Esq. On Ethics, Mediators and Lawyers

Rawle Andrews Jr. Rawle Andrews Jr. of Andrews & Bowe, Washington, DC, was honored as the 2006 Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year by the District of Columbia Bar Association. In addition to his law practice, he is an American Arbitration Association Neutral. Rawle will guest blog about ethical issues alternating with Guest Blogger David E. River, with bi-weekly posts over a two-month (or so) period, beginning on July 17th, 2006.

He practices in the areas of business, commercial, and regulatory matters, including business torts, employment law, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, contracts, and mortgage and real estate controversies. He also specializes in insurance coverage disputes, all phases of ADR, and government relations. He is a member of the District of Columbia Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the National Bar Association. In addition to his law practice, Mr. Andrews is frequent author and lecturer on business and employment law issues; a fellow of the Center for International Legal Studies, a nonprofit research institute headquartered in Salzburg, Austria; a life member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.; a member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy Alumni Association; and a participating pro bono attorney to AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly.

His firm’s website is: http://www.lobbylawfirm.com/.

1 Comment »

  1. Great blog and Good work ! I really appreciate your work.

    Comment by sureshg — January 5, 2007 @ 4:33 am | Reply


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