Andrew M. Hicks
Andrew Hicks is a Partner at Warrick & Boyn, LLP, a full service law firm located in Elkhart, Indiana. Andrew’s objective as an attorney is to provide a meaningful and positive impact to the lives and businesses he represents. Andrew represents a wide range of people, including small and large businesses, restaurants, and schools.
His practice is primarily focused on corporate law and litigation, including assisting clients with regard to employees, real estate, contracts, collections, and administrative agencies. Andrew also has significant experience handling school and alcohol licensing issues for clients.
Andrew served as a board member and officer on numerous boards, such as Loveway, Church Community Services, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Elkhart County, and Concord Dollars for Scholars. Andrew has been on the Steering Committee for the Elkhart Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Academy for ten years. Andrew was a member of the 2014 Class of Michiana’s Forty under 40.
Andrew served as Secretary of the Elkhart City Bar Association and was a founding officer of the Indiana Agricultural Law Section of the ISBA. He presently holds membership with the Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA), the ISBA House of Delegates, the State Bar of Michigan, and the ISBA Alcohol and Tobacco Commission Sub-committee.
Andrew received his law degree from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 2002, where he was awarded The Barrett Award for Trial Advocacy and was a member of Notre Dame’s National Moot Court Trial Team. In 1998, Andrew graduated magna cum laude from Saint Joseph’s College, with a B.S. group major in Mathematics-Physics and a minor in Business Management. He is active in his church, St. Thomas the Apostle. Andrew is married to his wife, Sara, and has four daughters.
January 22, 1976, Louisville, Kentucky
Admission to Bar
Andrew been licensed to practice law in Indiana, since 2002, and in Michigan, since 2008. He is admitted to practice in Indiana and Michigan, as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.
St. Joseph’s College, Rensselaer, Indiana. (B.S., 1998)
University of Notre Dame Law School, (J.D., 2002)