Andrew Tate

Andrew Tate
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Andrew Tate
Associate
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Associate

Andrew primarily practices in federal courts, litigating cases that involve factors of excessive force and police brutality, unreasonable search and seizure, cruel and unusual punishment, medical malpractice in correctional settings, workplace discrimination, racial discrimination, sex-based discrimination, and judicial overreach. Andrew works cases through all stages of litigation.

Andrew primarily practices in federal courts, litigating cases that involve factors of excessive force and police brutality, unreasonable search and seizure, cruel and unusual punishment, medical malpractice in correctional settings, workplace discrimination, racial discrimination, sex-based discrimination, and judicial overreach. Andrew works cases through all stages of litigation.

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Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Juris Doctor, both from Emory University. He is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, where he serves on the board of a small non-profit organization that connects Georgians to the political process through the arts, and he is an avid long-distance trail runner. 

Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Juris Doctor, both from Emory University. He is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, where he serves on the board of a small non-profit organization that connects Georgians to the political process through the arts, and he is an avid long-distance trail runner. 

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44 Broad St NW, #200 

44 Broad St NW, #200 

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Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Atlanta, Georgia 30303

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Phone: 800-647-1823

Phone: 800-647-1823

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AREAS OF PRACTICE
  • Excessive Force and Police Brutality

  • Unreasonable Search and Seizure

  • Cruel and Unusual Punishment

  • Medical Malpractice in Correctional Settings

  • Workplace Discrimination

  • Racial Discrimination

  • Sex-based Discrimination

  • Judicial Overreach

  • Excessive Force and Police Brutality

  • Unreasonable Search and Seizure

  • Cruel and Unusual Punishment

  • Medical Malpractice in Correctional Settings

  • Workplace Discrimination

  • Racial Discrimination

  • Sex-based Discrimination

  • Judicial Overreach

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Education

J.D., Emory University

B.A., Emory University

J.D., Emory University

B.A., Emory University

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