Legal Sense with James Andrews

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Attorney James R. Andrews II is the host of Legal Sense with James Andrews. James was born in East Orange, New Jersey. He graduated from high school in Whippany, New Jersey and then attended the University of Virginia where he graduated with a degree in International Business and Management Information Systems. He then received his Juris Doctorate degree from the Howard University School of Law in Washington, D.C., where he met his wife of 14 years, attorney Natacha Andrews. After law school, James moved to the Bay area where he worked with Smith Barney doing investment work with start-up companies. He has since lived and worked in Los Angeles and in the Phoenix area where he has owned and operated companies in the fitness industry, and worked for several years in the mortgage industry. James is licensed to practice in Arizona and California. In 2010 he cofounded Andrew’s which focuses on real estate, debtor defense matters, personal injury and immigration. James is currently attending Seminary School and will obtain his Masters of Divinity degree in spring 2013. Andrews is a fitness buff, football fan and loves his wife and five children above all else.

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