Andrew Current counsels clients on complex matters related to government contracts. Andrew brings a breadth of federal and judicial experience to his practice. Prior to joining Venable, he clerked at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, where he researched, drafted, and finalized opinions following motions and trials, such as cases involving breach of contract, bid protests, cost allowability, real property and takings law, and military and civilian compensation disputes. He also served as a law clerk at the DC Court of Appeals, assisting a panel of judges in researching and drafting decisions in criminal, civil, and administrative matters.
During law school, Andrew provided legal support to a panel of administrative judges who resolve contract disputes between contractors and federal agencies at the U.S. Civilian Board of Contract Appeals. He researched and drafted legal memoranda on contract issues, including contract ambiguity, notice requirements for a lease termination, jurisdiction under the Board's small claims procedure, and pass-through liability under the Severin doctrine.
As a judicial intern at the Court of Federal Claims, Andrew prepared case outlines on government contracts decisions covering cost and accounting standards, generally accepted accounting practices, and allocability. In addition to government contracts, he has legal experience with intellectual property and regulatory compliance. Prior to law school, Andrew worked in a boutique consulting firm, researching state and federal employment law compliance issues and advising businesses on how to implement drug-testing policies in compliance with state and federal regulations.