Andrew Stubblefield has firm roots in construction law and has spent his career representing clients of practically every stripe within the construction industry – including owners, contractors, design professionals, subcontractors, suppliers and sureties. This experience is reflected in Andrew’s being among the Texas Board of Legal Specialization’s inaugural class of attorneys to be Board Certified in Construction Law and his being repeatedly named a “Rising Star” by Texas Super Lawyers.
Andrew has significant experience trying a variety of cases – in bench trials, jury trials, and arbitrations – that run the gamut from small residential matters to large-scale defect and contract cases. In addition, his experience covers a broad scope of issues, including contract review and negotiation, small and large construction defect claims, contract disputes, lien and bond claims, and many others – all from both sides of the aisle, having represented both plaintiffs and defendants. This range of experience allows Andrew to help his clients successfully navigate the litigation process, and to provide guidance and expertise as clients look to future projects. Though his practice touches on practically every phase of the construction process – from drafting and negotiating contracts to tackling project-related litigation – he is most frequently called upon to advocate for his clients in litigation and arbitration proceedings.
In addition, Andrew has a strong background in advocacy, including state, regional and national moot court championships and individual rankings as the top moot court orator in both Texas and the United States. He seeks to pass on the benefit he received from his early exposure to advocacy programs by serving as a coach and volunteer judge for area moot court and mock trial programs at the high school and collegiate levels. He also serves his community through pro-bono service to a number of local and regional 501(c)(3) entities.