Shelby Andrews is an attorney in the firm’s Personal Injury Section, where she handles cases involving serious injuries and defective products.
The Dothan, Alabama, native is the proud daughter of Mike and Carol Andrews. Shelby has two younger brothers she adores and enjoys visiting any chance she gets. During law school, Shelby worked as a law clerk in Beasley Allen’s Personal Injury Section. She also interned with the Montgomery County, Alabama, District Attorney’s Office in the Violent Crimes Unit.
Shelby is a member of the Alabama State Bar.
While working toward her Bachelor’s degree in political science, Shelby served as an Auburn University Creed Ambassador and was recognized as a Pi Lambda Sigma Pre-Law Scholar. She was a member of Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society and Alpha Chi Omega Sorority.
Following undergrad, Shelby attended Faulkner University Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, where she served as Chair of the Board of Advocates. She won the 2021 J. Greg Allen Mock Trial Competition and placed 2nd and 3rd in national trial tournaments during law school. Shelby was recognized as a Public Interest Fellow for her pro bono work throughout law school and is passionate about community service. She also served as Vice President of the Jones Public Interest Law Foundation, Student Bar Association Senator, and was a Women’s Legal Society member.
Shelby founded an organization called Teach to Tell – Stand Up, Speak Out. She is passionate about raising awareness of and working to eradicate abuse, focusing on sexual abuse. She has also been involved with Girls, Inc. of Dothan, the Domestic Violence Intervention Center in Opelika, Alabama, and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.