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2020 HW Woman of Influence: Andrea Mitchell

Mitchell Sandler, Managing Partner

Andrea Mitchell

With more than 20 years of legal experience, Andrea Mitchell created a business model and leadership approach that is effective, offering excellence, diversity and inclusion.

As a managing partner of Mitchell Sandler, Mitchell has demonstrated her leadership and influence through several avenues including having served as a strategic and legal advisor to numerous start-up fintech companies, advising multiple banks on developing and executing consumer redress plans and advising multiple institutions on developing new products and services to assist distressed borrowers impacted by COVID-19. Before she began her partnership with Mitchell Sandler, Mitchell was a partner at Buckley, where she championed women leadership by becoming the first woman member of the firm’s executive committee. On top of her professional accomplishments, Mitchell has worked to create a more inclusive environment for women in the legal and financial industries, including creating a firm with her colleagues that is majority-women owned and managed, boasting an equal number of female and male attorneys. Mitchell is always willing to help further the careers of talented employees of the firm’s clients and frequently advocates for and gives recognition to them that they may not otherwise receive when speaking with executives and senior managers. 

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