Andrew Scavotto is a litigation strategist and experienced trial lawyer at Stinson Leonard Street in Clayton where he represents financial institutions and other businesses in a variety of commercial litigation matters. His experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants has provided a breadth of experience, including appearances before the Missouri Supreme Court and Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Andrew serves on the firm’s Associate Development and Mentoring Committee, is an active mentor, and has been called on to coach deposition skills workshops for associates at the firm. Andrew also has a history of service on the firm’s Pro Bono Committee and maintains an active pro bono practice, working to represent a variety of clients including artists, nonprofits, prisoners, emerging businesses, and human rights organizations.
Andrew is a graduate of the FOCUS St. Louis “Leadership St. Louis” program and has a diverse history of community involvement, including current service on the board of the Regional Arts Commission. He also volunteers for Twangfest, Inc., a nonprofit organization that produces a yearly music festival and the “Saturday Sessions” concert series at the Tower Grove Farmer’s Market, among other activities.
Andrew attended Vanderbilt University where he received a B.S., cum laude in communications. He earned his J.D. from Washington University.