Andrew Pouget is a lifelong student of the law and vigilant advocate for justice. He understands that success is earned by hard work, determination, quality legal research, and framing arguments with precision and articulation. His passion for the law is the driving force that compels him to take the extra step, and he does not quit until he achieves the best possible result for his clients.
Andrew graduated suma cum laude from the honors program of University of Detroit Mercy in 2005, receiving a bachelor of arts degree with a 4.0 GPA and majors in philosophy, political science, and pre-law. As a co-founder of Phi Alpha Delta, Andrew also served as the President of the Political Science Association, where he competed internationally, receiving the golden gavel in the North American Model United Nations’ International Court of Justice.
In 2009 he graduated magna cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law, a tier-two law college. Andrew is the only student to graduate with a concentration in criminal law while also receiving a certificate from the nationally renowned Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute.
While in Michigan, Andrew worked with the Washtenaw County Public Defenders Office, where he learned the importance of public service. Andrew later moved to Nevada and participated in a world-class legal think tank with Hager and Hearne and the National Legal Team. During this time Andrew continued his criminal defense efforts while assisting with mass tortes, class actions, and multi-district litigation at the state and federal level.
Andrew moved to Central Florida with his family and has teamed up with Fowler Law Group, offering high quality criminal defense to the Sarasota and Bradenton area. Andrew’s depth of legal knowledge and proficiency in legal writing provides an essential element to Fowler Law Group’s comprehensive approach to criminal defense.
Since moving to the area, Andrew’s family values have driven him to develop deep roots within the community. He served as the chair of his local architectural review board and currently serves as a director and treasurer of his local homeowners association. Andrew is also a publicly elected supervisor of a community development district. Since 2014, he has served as a Big Brother with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and he is a volunteer leader with Metropolitan Ministries, having logged over 1,300 hours with the ministry. Andrew also works with Dogma Pet Rescue, a grassroots pet adoption charity that finds homes for animals in kill shelters.
Andrew has often been featured on WTSP Bay News 10 as a legal consultant.