Andrew Gartman is an Associate Attorney at Robbins & Curtin, where he primarily focuses on §1983 litigation against municipalities. He acquired experience in several areas of law, including criminal, immigration, and family, before he discovered his passion for §1983, Civil Rights litigation, and civil asset forfeiture.
At a young age, Andrew developed a commitment to protecting the rights guaranteed by our Constitutions, and he continues to stand up for those harmed under the color of law. Andrew is responsible for vetting new clients and investigating their claims. He has an extensive understanding of municipal operations, including law enforcement, and jail and prison policies and procedures.
Andrew is also responsible for integrating the latest technology into Robbins & Curtin’s trial practices.
Andrew is a graduate of the Arizona Summit Law School, formerly known as the Phoenix School of Law, where he focused on civil asset forfeiture and tax/estate planning. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Arizona State University (ASU), in Political Science, with particular focus on political philosophy. Andrew also earned a minor in Communication and Philosophy, and certificates in Civic Education, Interpersonal Studies, and Conflict Resolution from ASU.
US District Court (Arizona) 2015
Andrew is a member of the Arizona Association for Justice/Arizona Trial Lawyers Association, the National Police Accountability Project, the ACLU and the Institute for Justice, Asset Forfeiture Division.
Andrew is an Arizona native. He and his girlfriend, Lyndsey, live in Phoenix with their two German Shepherds, Buddy and Marnie. In their free time, they spend as much time outdoors as possible, whether it be going up north for hiking or camping, or riding his motorcycle or his family’s horses.