Amy Tidwell Andrews counsels clients on a range of corporate and commercial real estate transactions and business development opportunities. Her experience includes assisting clients with land management and natural resources issues, including endangered species habitat protection, sustainable forestry, utility and access easements, conservation easements, and permitting, compliance and regulatory matters. She has advised clients regarding the development of business opportunities in the areas of renewable energy (including wind and solar) and carbon credits. Mrs. Andrews has worked with nonprofit organizations in matters of corporate governance, strategic planning, fundraising, lobbying, intellectual property and contracts.
A native of Atlanta, Mrs. Andrews attended Marist School and Georgia State University College of Law and is still active in the schools' alumni activities. She helped found and currently serves on the board of directors for Keeping It Wild, a local nonprofit environmental organization.
- Represented various clients in the formation and maintenance of corporations and limited liability companies.
- Represented various clients in the preparation of non-disclosure agreements, confidentiality agreements and liability waivers.
- Represented landowner in negotiating a safe harbor agreement for endangered species on his property.
- Assisted various local and national nonprofit organizations with corporate governance, compliance matters and contracts.
- Represented a local nonprofit organization in requesting a private letter ruling from the Internal Revenue Service on a significant tax matter.
- Represented a local nonprofit organization in setting up a complex organizational structure to facilitate the conduct of lobbying and political activities.
- Assisted various clients with developing renewable energy and carbon credit projects.
- Advised various clients of potential legal liability related to current or proposed business activities.
- Member – Atlanta Bar Association
- Member – Georgia Bar Association
- Member – Georgia Bar Association Real Property Law Section
- Author – "Deinstitutionalization: Georgia's Progress in Developing and Implementing an 'Effectively Working Plan' as Required by Olmstead v. L.C. Ex Rel.," 25 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 699 (2009)
- Georgia State University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2009
- Legislative Editor, Georgia State University Law Review
- Vice President of Records, Moot Court Executive Board
- Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University, M.P.A., 2004
- Rhodes College, B.A., cum laude, 2001