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Andrew S. Phillips

Andrew S. Phillips

National Association of the Deaf
Policy Counsel
Silver Spring, MD, USA


Andrew Phillips is the Policy Counsel at the National Association of the Deaf. He is responsible for providing analysis, recommendations, and counsel to the NAD on policy issues affecting deaf and hard of hearing people across the United States. Phillips is heavily involved with the NAD’s work on federal legislation and the rulemaking processes within various federal agencies such as the Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice. After graduating from Gallaudet University, Andrew Phillips earned a J.D. at U.C. Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco where he was a member of the Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal. During law school, Phillips interned at the Disability Rights Legal Center in Los Angeles, CA where he worked for the Civil Rights Litigation Project, and later he was a Summer Associate at Fenwick & West LLP in Silicon Valley where he worked with the corporate and litigation groups. Phillips is a former Congressional Intern of U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer and worked in her Capitol Hill office. In July 2013, Phillips was recognized by the White House as a Champion of Change.
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