Andrew Holcomb was born and raised in League City, Texas, and attended Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas and earned his degree in criminal justice with honors. Andrew studied law at the University of Houston Law Center and developed his skills in advocacy while he worked toward achieving his Juris Doctor.
During law school, Andrew learned invaluable practical skills through firsthand experience working for public interest and volunteer efforts. Andrew handled countless child support cases and hearings for the Office of the Attorney General. He also holds a certificate in mediation from the A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center and conducted mediations throughout Houston even while he was still a law student.
Andrew was also active as an advocate at UHLC. As a member of the UHLC’s mock trial team, he competed in numerous competitions nationwide, placing as a finalist in the White-Collar Crime Invitational at Georgetown Law and winning a National Championship in the Capitol City Challenge at American University Washington College of Law. In 2016, Andrew was inducted into the Order of Barristers, a national honor society recognizing exceptional advocacy, as one of the best and most successful advocates from the University of Houston Law Center.
Andrew is licensed to practice law in Texas.