Andres F. Idarraga
Area of Practice
Yale Law School, J.D., 2011; Soros Fellowship for New Americans; Co-founder, Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project at Yale Law School; Semi-finalist, Morris Tyler Moot Court; Board Member, Latino Law Students Association
Brown University, A.B., Economics; Comparative Literature, 2008; Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship; Rose Writing Fellow
United States District Court: Southern District of Florida
Andres Idarraga’s main area of practice is complex litigation at the state and federal levels.
Since joining Boies, Schiller & Flexner, Mr. Idarraga, among other matters, has assisted in the representation of a leading international law firm in state and federal courts; a class of shareholders pursuing securities claims against Halliburton Corporation; and top executives of a leading bank in a non-compete action. Mr. Idarraga has also participated in the pro bono representation of a class of Florida children on Medicaid that seeks to enforce federal Medicaid rights.
Mr. Idarraga received his J.D. from Yale Law School in 2011, where he was a student director of the Education Adequacy Clinic and a student member of the Community and Economic Development Clinic.
Selected Professional Awards and Associations
American Bar Association
Hispanic National Bar Association
Selected, Lawyers of Color’s Inaugural Hot List, 2013
Government ServiceUnited States House Judiciary Committee, Summer 2010