Andrew Long brings 15+ years of experience spanning environmental policy, litigation, sustainability, public impact law, and academia to Roman Law Firm. A recognized thought leader, his articles have been published internationally including at Harvard and Columbia as he advances environmental governance dialogues.
As Associate Professor and Director of Florida Coastal’s Environmental Law Program, Andrew led curriculum design, externships, conferences, and competitions mentoring the next generation of practitioners. His natural academic prowess has also thrived teaching property law and overseeing Moot Court Competition teams across two thriving law schools.
Complementing Andrew’s influential academic roles, his articles have helped evolve discussions on biodiversity protection frameworks, climate change governance architecture and sustainable forest management approaches. He brings both intellectual vision and practical insights to policy challenges demanding interdisciplinary solutions.
On the litigation front, Andrew served municipalities and individuals as a commercial litigator. He’s honed core skills in motions, discovery, settlement negotiations to efficiently resolve disputes in trial and appellate courts. Previously as NY Court of Appeals Senior Attorney, Andrew researched and advised on civil appeals jurisdiction and procedure.
Andrew holds a Juris Doctorate cum laude from Willamette University College of Law complemented by an LL.M. from NYU focused on environmental legal theory. Today he remains highly effective in researching and practicing matters that affect property, the environment, and social change.