Andrew Lajoie is an associate in the firm’s Civil Litigation group practicing complex business and commercial litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Andrew practiced civil litigation at a Nevada based firm. After law school, Andrew was a law clerk to the Honorable Mark R. Denton in the Business Court of the Eighth Judicial District Court, District of Nevada. While in law school, Andrew served as Director of the Student Bar Association and Editor-in-Chief of the Student Bar Association newspaper, The Commentary. In 2015, he received a Distinguished Advocate Award in the Moot Court Legal Skills II Competition. He also received the California Western Student of Distinction award for 2016-2017. Andrew was a member of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, served as Treasurer of both the Business Law Society and Labor Law Society, and was a member of the Graduation Committee. While in law school, Andrew interned as a law clerk at the San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector office and worked over a year as a Bank Secrecy Act Analyst in the compliance department of a national bank. Prior to law school, Andrew worked in commercial banking and was a successful banker and bank manager.


Clark County Bar Association, Member

Bar Admissions

Nevada, 2018


J.D., California Western School of Law, 2017
Business Law and Practice Concentration, Honors

B.S. Economics, University of Utah, 2014