Ali Andrews Named Fellow of Texas Bar Foundation

June 20, 2024 | Attorney News

Jackson Walker is pleased to congratulate Austin senior counsel Ali Andrews on her election as a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation.

Fellowship within the Texas Bar Foundation is a distinguished recognition reserved for legal professionals who have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in their field and a commitment to improving the Texas justice system. Each year, only one-third of one percent of Texas State Bar members are invited Fellows. Once nominees are selected, they must be elected by the foundation’s Board of Trustees, affirming the nominee’s standing within the legal community.

Ali joins more than 100 Jackson Walker attorneys who have been elected to fellowship and continue to actively support the foundation as fellows, life fellows, or sustaining life fellows. A fellow has made a pledge to the foundation, a life fellow has completed his or her initial pledge, and a sustaining life fellow continues to support the foundation even after fulfilling his or her pledge.

As the largest charitably funded bar foundation in the United States, the Texas Bar Foundation has made incredible contributions to the legal landscape, donating over $24 million to nonprofit organizations that support justice-related initiatives and services throughout Texas.

Meet Ali

Ali Andrews is an experienced Tax attorney with a primary focus on handling state and local tax disputes, from audits and administrative proceedings to litigation in district courts, appellate courts, and the Texas Supreme Court. She also assists clients with state and local tax planning and compliance in areas that include sales and use taxes, franchise taxes, property taxes, unemployment taxes, mixed beverage taxes, and hotel occupancy taxes. Ali also provides litigation expertise in other areas of business, administrative, and regulatory law, having successfully litigated cases involving a broad range of topics.

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Ali Andrews
Senior Counsel, Austin