Andrew is a legal advisor at Conservation International (CI) in Arlington, Virginia, where he advises on projects, law and policy relating to conservation finance, wildlife trafficking, and climate change. Within CI’s Conservation Finance Division, he helps establish conservation trust funds and other innovative finance mechanisms that provide financing to conserve critical ecosystems and habitats in developing countries or offering natural solutions to climate change. As part of CI’s Wildlife Trafficking program, he advises on international wildlife legal issues and leads CI’s wildlife law reform efforts in a variety of countries. Prior to joining CI, Andrew practiced environmental law for seven years at DLA Piper LLP in Baltimore, Maryland. Andrew studied policy analysis and environmental economics at Cornell University and received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. Andrew is passionate about climate change, saving wildlife, and loves hockey, hiking, photography, and travel.