Assistant Dean for Students and Multicultural Affairs
Legal Writing Instructor
Recent courses taught: Legal Research & Writing III; Torts II
Andrew Crouse became Hamline Law's assistant dean for students and multicultural affairs in July 2013. Before joining the Hamline Law faculty, Crouse was a litigator in the Washington, D.C. office of an Am Law 100 law firm. His practice focused primarily upon defending clients in consumer class actions and other complex cases in state and federal courts. His clients included medical device manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, and national apartment operators, as well as pro bono clients facing landlord-tenant issues in the District of Columbia.
Crouse graduated from Georgetown University Law Center. In law school, he was a student attorney at the Georgetown Criminal Justice Clinic, where he represented indigent criminal defendants from arraignment to trial. He was also an intern at the Office of Consumer Litigation, U.S. Department of Justice, and a research assistant to Professor Julie Cohen, who specializes in intellectual property and information privacy law.