Andrew D. Grosvenor
Andrew loves working with growing businesses. He advises companies at all stages, from formation to liquidity events, and has experience with crowdfunding, IP protection, securities compliance, commercial leases, contracts, employment, and business litigation. As a young lawyer, Andrew has taken an entrepreneurial and unconventional approach to his practice through partnerships with startup hubs like Alpha Loft in New Hampshire, and by incorporating client friendly tools like flat-fee offerings, online appointment booking, and a modern approach to communication and document sharing. His interests are well suited for working with Northern New England startups – he is both a technology enthusiast and an avid supporter of developing a strong and sustainable local business community through tools like B-Corp certification and crowdfunding. No matter what stage your business is at, Andrew can help you find creative ways to take the next steps.
Andrew began his career at a mid-sized New Hampshire law firm after graduating magna cum laude from Vermont Law School. Andrew served as the Technology Editor of the Vermont Law Review and as a judicial extern to New Hampshire Supreme Court Justice James P. Bassett. He also received numerous academic achievement awards, including the highest grade in his Intellectual Property and International Intellectual Property courses.
2016 │Board Member│Second Start
2013-Present │Community Review Team Member│Granite United Way
Co-creator of an inventive legal practice group delivering flat-fee services for startups and entrepreneurs.
Education: Vermont Law School; Trinity College
Experience: Orr & Reno; New Hampshire Supreme Court; Legal Clinic, Environmental and Natural Resources
“The nuts and bolts of establishing a B Corporation,” New Hampshire Business Review (2015)
“Ask the Expert – What’s a good number of authorized shares?” New Hampshire Union Leader (2016)
Outside the Office: Hiking, snowboarding, music, home brewing, rock climbing.