Andrew York is a partner in the Austin office of Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP. Andrew’s practice is dedicated exclusively to representing individual, corporate, and institutional landowners in eminent domain litigation and transactional matters. Andrew works on various roadway and highway takings and also utility easement and other takings throughout Texas.
Prior to joining the firm, Andrew was a partner with Armbrust & Brown, PLLC in Austin, where he was a trial and appellate litigator with a focus on real estate and commercial disputes. In addition to traditional litigation, Andrew’s prior practice included eminent domain matters and he also represented municipal utility districts, acted as general counsel to condominium boards, and advised and advocated for landowners and developers with respect to land use and entitlement issues.
Andrew began his career as a trial associate in the Austin office of Baker Botts LLP. Since graduating from law school in 2008, Andrew has tried numerous cases to judgment in Travis and Williamson Counties, argued before the Third and Fifth Courts of Appeals, and presented arguments to city councils, zoning commissions, and appraisal review boards.
Andrew graduated from the University of Virginia in 2004 with degrees in mathematics and economics, and graduated with honors from The University of Texas School of Law in 2008.