Andrew Steinberg advises nonprofit organizations on their legal matters and sensitive business affairs. Senior management and boards of charities, foundations, trade and professional associations, museums, cultural and religious institutions, and other tax-exempt organizations frequently rely on Andrew as their outside general counsel, and as a go-to resource for discrete projects arising from their operations. His experience providing real-world, actionable advice extends to virtually every type of legal issue and best practice relevant to domestic and multinational nonprofit organizations of all sizes.
Clients benefit from having an adept and accessible advisor who can quickly understand and manage the full array of their legal and business affairs. Andrew assists clients with:
In situations that require experience in other substantive areas – including privacy and data security, real estate, employment, technology services transactions, international trade and customs, and litigation – Andrew is accustomed to drawing on the knowledge of colleagues in the firm’s leading core practice groups who are familiar with the special needs of nonprofit organizations. Abroad, Andrew engages a curated network of top foreign lawyers to provide guidance on overseas legal requirements that apply to nonprofits. Together, they give seamless and comprehensive legal support that enables clients to fulfill their missions.
Recent representations, selected from among confidential and many other significant matters, include:
Order of the Coif
Articles Editor, William & Mary Law Review
Chief Justice of the Honor Council
Appellate & Supreme Court Litigation Clinic
Moot Court Competition Team