Andrew Wolf joined the firm as an attorney in 2017. His practice involves defending local government entities and their officials from municipal liability claims, including civil rights, personal injury, land use, and employment actions.
Andrew takes pride in strategically resolving client issues. Prior to joining the firm, Andrew advised cities, townships, counties, and school districts in all areas of municipal law as an attorney at a Minneapolis law firm. During law school, Andrew advocated on behalf local communities as a litigation law clerk, and student attorney for the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust.
Andrew dedicates his free time playing tennis and golf, hiking, reading, and above all, spending time with his family and friends.
U.S. District Court, Minnesota, 2017
Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2018
B.A., Philosophy & History, University of St. Thomas, cum laude, 2012
J.D., University of St. Thomas School of Law, 2016
Other Legal Experience:
Attorney, Ratwik, Roszak & Maloney, P.A., 2016-2017
Litigation Law Clerk – League of Minnesota Cities, 2014-2016
Judicial Extern, First Judicial District, the Honorable Mark C. Vandelist, 2014
Memberships and Organizations:
Minnesota State Bar Association
Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association
MDLA Government Liability Committee, Vice Chair
City of Savage Planning Commission
City of Bloomington Charter Commission, 2019