Andrew Dao is a native Houstonian who attended the University of Texas at Austin as a Jones Scholar and National Merit Scholar. After obtaining his B.A. in Economics, Andrew obtained his J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center. As an associate attorney at the Buzbee Law Firm, he currently handles all aspects of civil litigation.
During his tenure at University of Houston Law Center, Andrew worked for the Honorable Steven Kirkland at the 215th District Court for Harris County, the Federal Trade Commission, and a prominent personal injury law firm. He also served as Executive Editor of the Houston Business and Tax Law Journal, was on the Executive Board of Advocates, and was a Research Assistant for Professors Tobi Tabor, Peter Linzer, and Adam Gershowitz.
Andrew competed in numerous regional and national competitions as a member of the Law Center’s mock trial team—a team he now assists as an associate coach. He holds a certificate in Advanced Arbitration Skills from the A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center.
Andrew is passionate about helping injured individuals and their families. His work has resulted in the recovery of tens of millions of dollars for his clients.
Outside of work, Andrew is very active in the community. He currently serves as an officer for two non-profit organizations, and enjoys volunteering for numerous causes in his spare time. He is also the Partnership Director for the UH Young Professionals for Political Action, a subcommittee of the UH Political Action Committee.
Andrew is licensed in Texas, and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.