Andrew P. Cooke embarked on his professional journey as an Assistant Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney, honing his skills in the courtroom by investigating and presiding over a wide spectrum of felony cases, ranging from economic crime to capital murder with death specifications. Through these experiences, he gained invaluable insight into the complexities of the legal landscape.
At Cooke Demers, Andy focuses on civil litigation, creditors’ rights, and providing legal guidance to small businesses. In addition to his work at our firm, he serves as Special Counsel to the Attorney General of Ohio. He holds positions as a hearing examiner for prestigious entities such as the Ohio Casino Control Commission, the Ohio Department of Commerce, and the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
Andy’s earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and went on to obtain his Juris Doctor from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Demonstrating his commitment to global legal perspectives, he further expanded his knowledge by studying international law at the renowned London School of Economics and Political Science.
Andy cherishes time with his family and the company of their two beloved dogs. Residing in New Albany since 1996, Andy shares his life with his wife, Beth, a distinguished clinical professor at The Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law. Together, they are proud parents to a daughter and son who attended New Albany High School. Additionally, his passion for sports shines through as a referee accredited by the United States Rowing Association.
In summary, Andrew P. Cooke’s multifaceted career journey showcases his expertise in criminal and civil domains, dedication to serving small businesses, and unwavering commitment to fairness and justice. With a strong educational foundation and a deep-rooted connection to his community, he consistently strives for excellence in every facet of his professional and personal life.
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