Andrew Lee Odom is a lifelong resident of the River Region. After graduating as Valedictorian from Prattville High School, he enrolled in Auburn University, where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in Community and Civic Engagement.
Andrew then obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, where he competed on the Mediation Competition Team, was a Senior Editor for the Faulkner Law Review and served as Vice-President of the Christian Legal Society. While in law school, Andrew worked as legal intern for Nineteenth Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office and also the Alabama Attorney General’s Office before starting with the firm as a law clerk in January of 2014.
Andrew was admitted to practice by the Alabama State Bar in 2015, and has since handled a variety of legal matters in the River Region and throughout the state. Andrew’s primary practice areas include Personal Injury and Auto Accidents, Divorce and Family Law, Civil Litigation, Appellate Advocacy, Corporate Practice and Wills, Trusts and Estates.
Andrew is a member of the Autauga County Bar Association and a Board Member for the Family Support Center. He is active in volunteer in community organizations and is an alumni of Autauga County Youth Leadership.
Andrew is married to Brooke, and they have a son, “Owen”, who keeps them busy outside of the office. Andrew and Brooke are very involved at Church of the Highlands, where they worship God and serve their community in a variety of ways every week.