Andy Salter has been a trial lawyer for over 30 years. He has extensive experience litigating a wide variety of cases in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, California, and Wyoming before state, federal and tribal courts and administrative agencies. His clients have included corporations large and small, banks, Native American Tribes, entertainers, citizens groups, nonprofit organizations, and individuals. Andy currently focuses his practice on litigation of commercial, banking, real estate, tribal, environmental, and land use disputes. He has also tried employment, tort, legal and medical malpractice, and contract disputes to verdicts before judges and juries in Washington and California. Andy’s consistent approach to litigation has been to focus on achieving his client’s goals as quickly, cost effectively and professionally as possible.
Andy is an active member of the courts of Washington and Wyoming. He graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center and Harvard College. Andy is Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the Teton Raptor Center and is on the Northern Rockies Regional Council of the National Parks and Conservation Association. In his spare time, Andy is passionate about the outdoors, and depending on the season and the snow pack, can be found downhill skiing, hiking, biking, or finding new ways to burn calories and attain elevation.