Andrew Haas has spent his legal career fighting for his clients, with zeal and vigor, while practicing criminal defense, juvenile dependency and delinquency, education, and disability rights law throughout Southern California Courts. He is a fierce litigator always eager to take a case to trial, and willing to uncover every stone to explore every option and minimize the risks for his clients. Mr. Haas has conducted over 100 trials and contested motions, and recently argued before the Fourth District of the California Court of Appeal. Mr. Haas’s dedication to serving his clients is also manifested in developing creative approaches to resolving complex matters, with the deep understanding that the clients are the ones that ultimately have everything on the line. Mr. Haas brings experience practicing in California State and Federal Courts and is licensed to practice in the State of New York. Mr. Haas spent a summer living in Galway, Ireland, as a research fellow with the Harvard Disability Law Project and Centre for Disability Law and Policy in implementing a paradigm shift in international disability law with the recently adopted UN Convention on Rights of Persons with a Disability. Mr. Haas has built his career by providing a voice for those that would not otherwise be heard.
Mr. Haas earned a B.A. from the University of Michigan, where he majored in English Language and Literature, and contributed as an investigative reporter to the Michigan Daily newspaper, and a campus news radio program. Mr. Haas earned his J.D. at Loyola Law School, where he honed his trial skills representing minors in delinquency and education matters with the Center for Juvenile Law Policy’s clinical programs. As the fourth generation in his family to practice law, Mr. Haas hopes to continue to carry on the tradition of fighting for justice with the esteemed Quintilone & Associates.