Andrew Hamm

Associate, Washington, DC



Andrew is an associate in the Firm's Washington, DC office and a member of the Global Antitrust/Competition group. Andrew's practice focuses on merger clearance and antitrust counseling matters. Andrew also advises global clients on data privacy and cybersecurity matters that arise in corporate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, financings, and securities offerings.

Andrew is a key contributor to White & Case's Antitrust Merger StatPak (WAMS), a resource providing information on merger control filing activity by over 100 competition authorities around the world. Clients benefit from Andrew's knowledge in additional practice areas, especially Data Privacy & Cybersecurity and International Trade.

Andrew graduated first in his class from the American University Washington College of Law, where he was on the American University Law Review and the Moot Court Honor Society. Prior to law school, Andrew managed SCOTUSblog, and he continued to write a regular "Petitions of the Week" feature during law school. He also holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University and Harvard University.

Bars and Courts
District of Columbia
US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
American University, Washington College of Law
Johns Hopkins University
Harvard University


Served as antitrust counsel to Albertsons Companies, Inc. concerning its proposed merger with The Kroger Co. in all aspects of the Federal Trade Commission and several State's investigations into the proposed transaction.