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It’s sometimes hard to imagine how much better the world is now compared to before, especially after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. While the military protects us, there are those who look for justice through other avenues. Andrew Hall is one of those people who seek justice for terrorist acts against Americans, but instead of fighting overseas he fights in a courtroom as an Anti-Terrorist Attorney.
Andrew’s first encounter with terrorism came at birth. Born in Poland during the Holocaust and being of Jewish faith, Andrew and his family were constantly on the move, evading the Germans in hopes of escaping to a safer life. Andrew’s early life forced him to be resourceful and has affected the way he approaches each new case.
The struggles Andrew endured also engrained a fighting spirit that can be seen in his practice today resulting in great strides in his line of work. In fact, many of Andrew’s cases span over numerous years, teaching him to have patience and “constant perseverance.”
“Each case brings its own set of challenges, in large part due to the constant changing of the law in this area.”
And, despite the constant change of law in his area of practice, Andrew plans to continue fighting terrorism in the court room.
“This is exciting work and I have no intention of slowing down.”
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