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Andrew Stokes is a commercial litigator with experience in a wide array of practice areas.

Andrew helps his clients navigate commercial disputes a with an eye toward their business objectives. He has particular experience managing electronic discovery, including in complex litigation. Andrew also advises clients on various issues related to attorney-client privilege, including in non-litigation context.

Prior to joining Carney, Andrew was an associate at an international law firm, and before that he spent several years as a business intelligence analyst for a Seattle-based company. Andrew maintains a robust pro bono practice; his recent cases have focused on civil rights litigation and immigration representation. When he’s not practicing law, Andrew enjoys spending time outdoors, playing Dungeons & Dragons, and relaxing with his partner and cat.

JD Seattle University School of Law, WA (2018)

BA Whitman College, WA (2008)

State of Washington

District Court for the Western District of WA

District Court for the Eastern District of WA

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

Speaking Engagements

  • “Careers in e-Discovery” panel discussion at Seattle University School of Law, March 2022
  • “How to be an Expert at Witnessing,” co-presented with Sean Selin and Hon. Michael J. Trickey (Ret.), Computer Technology
    Investigators Network conference, May 2019


  • “Subpoenas and the Stored Communications Act,” K&L Gates Litigation Minute, November 2021
  • “Cops for Hire: Reforming Regulation of Private Police in Washington State,” Seattle Journal for Social Justice, Spring 2018

WA State Bar Association

Assistant: Allie Keihn

Legal Support I Provide