Andrew Hirsch regularly represents real estate investors, developers, and other firms on a broad range of matters, from acquisition, disposition, and financing of various types of commercial property to real estate development and the creation of structures for real estate acquisitions, investments, financing, and joint ventures. Andrew also represents various types of companies in mergers and acquisitions and general corporate matters. He is well-versed on the laws, norms, and customs prevailing in the Commonwealth of Virginia, including such particulars as Virginia land trusts and state transfer taxes. He is passionate about serving his clients with the highest levels of competence, efficiency, and attentiveness to help them minimize risk and maximize value.
He graduated, with honors, from Emory University School of Law, where he was an Editor of the Emory Law Journal and had an article published in that periodical. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Chinese and Political Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Before law school, Andrew lived in China and Taiwan for nearly four years. He studied Chinese at Tsinghua University in Beijing and National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei. Andrew also worked as a paralegal at the Beijing office of a major U.S. law firm, where he assisted with various cross-border transactions.