Andrew Mui joined the Warnock Mackinlay team in 2021, and has since proven himself to be a talented, hardworking, and passionate attorney who will fiercely advocate for his clients. Andrew earned his J.D. from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, with distinction for his commitment to Pro Bono service. While in law school, Andrew was named a Willard H. Pedrick Scholar after achieving top marks in his Legal Writing and Research Class.
At the start of his law school career, Andrew dedicated his free time to working at the Arizona Legal Center. There he found his passion, and was able gain tremendous experience in working directly with clients regarding a wide variety of law. In his second year of law school, Andrew was accepted as a judicial intern at the Arizona Supreme Court Staff Attorneys Office. He was chosen for this prestigious position for his strong legal research and writing skills and his attention to detail. Andrew’s student research article, “Lasting Protection: Equipping Federal TOXICs Regulations for the Long Haul,” was published in the 2020 issue of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law.
Even though he was born and raised in Arizona and speaks English fluently, his first language is Cantonese. When he is not at the office, Andrew enjoys building computers, creating salads, spending time with this family and engaging in competitive games.