Andrew G. Fullett

Andrew G. Fullett
Practice Areas



Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D., Dean's List (2017)

Michigan State University, James Madison College, B.A. Social Relations and Policy (2013)

Bar & Court Admissions

Illinois (2018)

Northern District of Illinois (2018)

An effective communicator and a highly capable legal strategist, Andrew Fullett represents financial institutions on matters involving asset-based lending and commercial real estate loan transactions. He handles an array of complex commercial matters including contract disputes, shareholder issues and regulatory actions and also provides compliance counseling.

Rather than letting clients stew in frustration and confusion from complex legal jargon, Andrew is dedicated to counseling and educating the client so they feel empowered to make better decisions. He has previous experience in banking and collection litigation, primarily with issues arising under the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act. He is skilled in drafting and preparing lien and collateral arrangements, as well as ancillary loan documents.

Andrew earned his J.D. and Certificate in Employment and Labor Law from Chicago-Kent College of Law, where he received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Legal Writing. He received his bachelor’s degree in social relations and policy from Michigan State University.

Andrew is an active member of the American Bar Association, Chicago Bar Association and Illinois State Bar Association, and serves on the firm's Associate/Law Clerk Oversight Committee. He regularly attends professional conferences and seminars to keep up to date with any legal changes occurring in the banking and employment practice areas.

Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring the city, live music, and cheering for the Spartans, and for any team that calls Detroit home.