Andrew P. March is an experienced attorney who has been involved in multi-party complex cases involving billions of dollars in damages. Andrew’s work has included appellate brief writing in a variety of circuit courts as well as the Supreme Court.
Prior to joining Outlook Law, LLC, as Of Counsel, Andrew was a member of the appellate group at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP, a global litigation firm. During his tenure at Quinn Emanuel, Andrew’s practice focused on complex commercial litigation in both federal and state court, with a particular emphasis on appellate litigation in federal appellate courts. Andrew has experience in a wide array of substantive practice areas, including contract, environmental, regulatory, white collar, employment, and intellectual property disputes. After enjoying his time practicing with Quinn Emanuel in California, Andrew decided to return home.
Andrew graduated from Georgetown University Law Center, cum laude, and before joining Quinn Emanuel, Andrew served as a law clerk to Ninth Circuit Judge Morgan B. Christen. Prior to that, he was a law clerk to U.S. District Judge John W. Sedwick.
Andrew is a born and raised Alaskan who heartily enjoys the experiences Alaska – and the practice of law in Alaska – has to offer.
Andrew may be reached at Andrewmarch@outlooklaw.com or 907.258.0068
Alpine and backcountry skiing; rock climbing; running; bluegrass music
Georgetown University Law Center Washington, D.C.
J.D., cum laude
– The Georgetown Law Journal, Executive Notes Editor
University of Colorado Boulder, CO
B.A., Political Science
Co-author (with Prof. Chris Brummer), Exchanges, in HANDBOOK OF KEY GLOBAL FINANCIAL MARKETS, INSTITUTIONS, AND INFRASTRUCTURE (Gerard Caprio ed., 2012).
Note, Insanity in Alaska, 98 GEO. L.J. 1481 (2010).