Attorney at Law
Donald “Andy” MaU
Although raised in Honduras, Andy has called Louisiana home since he was eleven years old. After graduating from Loyola University of New Orleans and LSU Law School, where he served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Chief Justice Bernette Johnson, Andy began his professional legal career representing individuals negatively impacted by the BP Oil Spill. As a result, he became experienced in maritime law and served as a Vice-Chair for the ABA TIPS Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee wherein he co-authored several articles on nationwide maritime developments and authored a chapter to the second edition of the ABA’s Damages Recoverable in Maritime Matters treatise.
Andy enjoys working for Case Cowley, LLC because it allows him to help a vital part of our community that too often remains overlooked and undervalued. When Andy is not working, you can likely find him watching a classic movie on Sunday mornings at Prytania Theatre or reading a book at home with his wife and two dogs.