Andrew has significant international experience in science and technology. He has helped prosecute U.S. patents for foreign companies, as well as foreign patents for U.S. companies. He has helped advise on the mechanics and enforcement of European Union Directive (EU) 2016/943 on the Protection of Trade Secrets. And he has assisted with classifying exports for purposes of EAR and ITAR.

These days, scientific research is hyper-international, and before law school, Andrew collaborated with researchers from all across the globe. He has presented research at international conferences around the U.S. and in Canada and Germany. As a research assistant at the University of Alabama, his group collaborated with groups in Germany and Japan on a G8 Initiative studying sustainable alternatives to rare-earth magnets.