Andrew S. Walls is a certified educator and attorney, and a member of the firm’s Business, Corporate and Tax Law Group. He works with businesses with a range of legal needs such as business formation, governance documents, mergers and acquisitions and contract drafting.
Prior to joining Saxton & Stump, Andy worked in estate planning and administration, advising small businesses, tax preparation and family law. Andy also worked as a law clerk for the Hon. Jeffrey A. Conrad in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas and the Hon. Mary Ann Ullman in the Berks County Court of Common Pleas. During his time at Widener School of Law’s Harrisburg campus, he worked as a legal intern at the Pennsylvania Office of General Counsel within the state’s Department of Corrections. He was also a research assistant at the school.
Before entering law school, Andy was a well-known musician in central Pennsylvania, and still plays with the brass quintet he co-founded in 2009, Quintessentially Brass. He worked as an adjunct professor at Franklin & Marshall College and as a music teacher in the Eastern York School District for almost 15 years. At Eastern York, he developed a cutting-edge music technology program, implemented a guitar program and was the director of the high school’s award-winning marching band. Andy earned a Master of Music degree from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and a degree in trombone performance from the Royal Conservatoire of Music in Scotland. Andy has also played trombone with the Harrisburg Symphony and Allegro Orchestra of Lancaster, and he is a former Eagle Scout and Boy Scout leader.