Andrew Coleman joined Marcos Associates in 2014, after articling under Michel G. Bouchard and
Benjamin R. V. Marcos. Since becoming an associate, Andrew has dedicated his focus to honing his legal
competencies in the practice areas of Corporate and Commercial Law and Real Estate. In following with
Marcos Associates’ niche as a full-service firm, Andrew also provides legal services in wills and estates,
residential real estate, and mortgage enforcement.
Andrew’s approach to the practice of law is guided by the principles of competency, civility, and efficacy,
which inform his single minded-pursuit of his clients’ professional and personal objectives.
Prior to joining Marcos Associates, Andrew articled with Champ and Associates, a distinguished human
rights and employment firm based in Ottawa, Ontario.
Andrew is a member in good standing of the Law Society of Upper Canada since 2014. He holds a Juris
Doctorate from the University of Ottawa in the International Law stream; a Masters of Arts in Conflict
Studies, focusing on the responsibility to protect and the prevention of mass atrocities; and, a Bachelor's
Degree with honors from McGill University, in Philosophy and Western Humanistic Traditions.
Beyond his legal experience and education, Andrew has had the pleasure and honour to work for and
with a number of notable persons and organizations such as, advisor on human rights and the
prevention and elimination of mass atrocities in the office of LGen the Honourable Roméo Dallaire,
Ret'd, Senator; research assistant to notable professors Errol Mendes, Joanne St. Lewis, and Vern
Redekop; and, intern at the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect, in New York, New
Privately, Andrew splits his time between his family, guitar and piano, reading, billiards, and his