ANDREW DREXEL is an associate with the firm’s Sandpoint, Idaho office. He graduated from Baylor University Law School in 2020, a school renowned for its litigation training. In 2013, he graduated from Sewanee, the University of the South, a historic liberal arts college in Tennessee, with a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Languages (Latin and Greek). In 2016, he earned a Technical Communication Certificate from Duke University Continuing Studies.
Mr. Drexel practices primarily in civil litigation, municipal, and business law. He represents local government entities, HOA members, and nonprofit organizations among other clients.
Among his accomplishments while studying law, he received the John B. and Eula Berry Fisher Award in Constitutional Law for academic excellence in that area of study, excelled in transactional drafting and various business-related classes such as employment law, and participated in various litigation programs such as Baylor Law’s rigorous Practice Court, which plunges students into six months of nonstop jury trial training that culminates in a mock trial based on months of preparation. He also worked for Baylor University’s Office of General Counsel as an extern and as a research assistant for both the Practice Court program, in which he helped pioneer remote advocacy practices in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, and for the law school’s Intellectual Property Clinic, which operates as a miniature law firm within Baylor Law, where he provided trademark services.
Prior to attending law school and beginning practicing law with Davillier Law Group in 2022, Mr. Drexel worked in the Southern California movie industry as a screenwriting consultant and then in the North Carolina banking industry.
Mr. Drexel is active in the Sandpoint, Idaho community. He sits on the Bonner Classical Academy Board of Directors and serves as Davillier Law Group’s corporate representative at the local Rotary Club. Before attending law school and moving to Sandpoint, he volunteered as a treasurer for Christ Community Church in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and with Habitat for Humanity building homes in Durham, North Carolina.
Mr. Drexel is licensed and admitted to practice law in the state courts of Texas and is seeking licensure in the state of Idaho.