Andrew has lived in Florida his entire life, born in South Florida before moving to Orlando to attend college. At the University of Central Florida, Andrew studied Philosophy and English extensively before narrowing the focus to the law. He joined the Trial Team at UCF in 2005 where he gained instant scholastic and academic recognition on a national scale for his advocacy skills. A natural writer, speaker and presenter, Andrew was destined to become a lawyer.
In 2009, Andrew attended Barry University School of Law on a scholarship awarded for his advocacy skills. In his first semester of law school, Andrew was accepted onto the law school's nationally competitive trial team--a feat that few students are able to achieve in their first year. Andrew was honored to compete not once but twice in his first year of law school, becoming only the second student permitted to do so in the program's history. Andrew went on to become a Teaching Assistant in his second year for Legal Research and Writing where he taught fellow students the art of persuasion through legal writing.
By the time he graduated, Andrew competed in 8 advocacy competitions over the course of 3 years, where he earned national recognition and numerous individual awards and championships. He was honored when the school invited him to become a staff coach for the Barry University School of Law Trial Team.
Coaching has showed Andrew that he has a deep passion for education. He has volunteered countless hours to the education of college students both while at UCF and in law school, but most recently he has focused on adult immigrant education. Andrew has become an integral part of the citizenship program at Hope Community Center, where he began teaching bilingual interview preparatory classes to adult immigrants seeking U.S. citizenship. That small class soon blossomed into an extension of a massive, federally funded community outreach program aimed to help immigrants on their path to citizenship. Andrew has spearheaded not only the capstone course in the program since early-2014, but now focuses his time on training others to teach that course. Andrew's citizenship and interview preparatory program boasts a near 90% success rate on the first attempt.
Andrew has also been integral in taking a Central Florida real estate brokerage, Professional Real Estate Team, to scale. He has served as Director of Business Development since 2013 where he gained extensive insight into the world of large-scale residential real estate sales, foreclosures, mortgage financing and property management.
As Managing Attorney for Seibane Doyle, PLLC, Andrew has an opportunity to combine all of passions and talents into the practice of law. His practices focuses on real estate and business/corporate law where he can accomplish his goal of making Central Florida a better place each and every day.