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Andrew Foster, Attorney

Andrew Foster, Attorney

Licenses: North Carolina
Practice Area: Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
  • About Andrew
  • Education
  • Licenses
  • Professional Memberships

Mr. Foster is Of Counsel with TBLF while serving as the director of the Duke Law School’s Community Enterprise Clinic. Andrew’s practice concentration is in the areas of  nonprofit, affordable housing, and community development law. He represents developers, financial institutions, local governments and local, statewide, regional, and national nonprofits on a wide range of transactional matters.

Mr. Foster has held positions with several nonprofit organizations, including serving as the founding co-executive director of the North Carolina Justice Center. In all of these positions, he worked with community-based organizations, leading private sector institutions and public policymakers to develop and implement community economic development strategies in order to increase economic opportunities for the residents of low-wealth communities in North Carolina and throughout the Southeast.

Andrew is a member of the American Bar Association, as well as the ABA’s Business Law Section and Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law. He has held leadership positions with the North Carolina Bar Association. Mr. Foster also is active in the membership of several academic associations, including the American Association of Law Schools and the Clinical Legal Educators Association. 

Foster received his BA in political science, summa cum laude, from Rutgers University in 1991 and his JD in 2000 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a Chancellor’s Scholar and graduated Order of the Coif.

J.D., North Carolina University at Chapel Hill

B.A., Rutgers University

North Carolina

North Carolina Bar Association

ABA’s Business Law Section and Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law