Andrew S. Reis
Andrew Reis began his legal career with Mullen & Filippi in April of 2021. Andrew gained experience in the field of workers’ compensation starting in 2014 while employed at an applicant attorney law firm in Sacramento. There he familiarized himself with the various types of correspondence, rules, and deadlines associated with workers’ compensation matters. That knowledge, coupled with his customer service approach, promotes effective service of clients.
Andrew completed his legal education at McGeorge School of Law in 2020. As a student at McGeorge, Andrew’s course work focused on legal writing, oral advocacy, and alternative dispute resolution. In 2012, Andrew received two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Sociology: Organizational Studies, both from the University of California, Davis.
Andrew is a member of the State Bar of California.
The law in the broadest sense is the result of trial and error, an attempt to codify beneficial public policy. Clearly the workers’ compensation system was put in place to rectify the adverse effects of workplace injuries. At the same time, that system was not intended to overcompensate workers for their industrial injuries. While those two public policy goals may seem to conflict, I find professional satisfaction in striking a fair and equitable balance between those public policy goals.
If I were not an attorney, I would have chosen a career in Software Engineering or as a Professional Golfer, with the former being far more likely. The software industry seems to only be gaining more relevance every day, for better or worse, and is rapidly changing our day-to-day lives. That prospect has professional appeal to me, to be on the cutting edge of technology. However, I would never seriously take a mulligan on my career choice and I am passionate about the law.