Andrew Schau teaches Advanced Appellate Advocacy. He spent more than 30 years practicing at Covington & Burling and Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, where he litigated and tried numerous cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States. His practice focused mainly on disputes under the Lanham Act, the False Claims Act, RICO, and various state consumer fraud statutes.
Mr. Schau currently serves on the Board of Directors of Building One Community, a not-for-profit organization in Stamford, Connecticut that serves the immigrant community. He founded that organization’s Wage Recovery Clinic, which provides pro bono legal representation to workers with unpaid wage claims. He was recently recognized as the Outstanding Adult Volunteer by The Community Fund of Darien.
Mr. Schau earned his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois.