Location: Laguna Hills, California
Andrew Parslow graduated magna cum laude from Florida State University in 2017, with a bachelor degree in Economics and Political science. He then went on to attend William and Mary College of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctorate in 2020. While at William & Mary, he focused his legal education on real property law and litigation.
Andrew was published in the William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review journal, one of the nation’s premier environmental law journals. His article A Defense of the Regulatory Takings Doctrine: A Historical Analysis of this Conflict Between Property Rights and Public Good and a Prediction for its Future discussed the history of property rights in the Anglo-American Legal Tradition and how it shapes many of the modern issues with environmental regulations.
Andrew was the guest speaker on the podcast Exhibit AI, a podcast program dedicated to the influence of law and technology on one another. The episode, Smart Cities & the Takings Clause, was based on his research regarding how evolving technologies are shaping cities and the concerns they raise with the rights of property owners.
After passing the bar, he began his legal practice with eminent domain litigation, where he represented property owners and public agencies. Andrew now focuses his law practice on assisting community associations with all manner of legal concerns.
Areas of Practice
Homeowners Association Law
Common Interest Development
California State Bar, 2021 (California State Bar Profile)
William & Mary College of Law
Juris Doctor – 2020
Florida State University
Bachelor of Science – 2017
Majors: Economics, Political Science
A Defense of the Regulatory Takings Doctrine: A Historical Analysis of this Conflict Between Property Rights and Public Good and a Prediction for its Future, March, 2020. https://scholarship.law.wm.edu/wmelpr/vol44/iss3/6/
Smart Cities and the Takings Clause, Exhibit AI, June, 2020.