Andrew Morgan is an attorney, artist, lecturer, and writer. While earning his J.D. at the University of Kansas School of Law and admission to the State Bar of California, Andrew interned in the legal & business affairs division of a London-based record label / music publisher. Prior to law school, he completed a master's degree while studying philosophy of religion at Harvard University, and spent one year studying psychology and philosophy at Oxford University. Between degrees, he built a music career, recording a debut in Los Angeles at the invitation of revered American songwriter Elliott Smith, touring the UK and Japan, and creating what The Guardian newspaper has called "the most exquisite chamber pop album ever made." Inspired to attend law school by a New York Public Library discussion between law professor Lawrence Lessig and musician Jeff Tweedy, Andrew is fascinated by the relationship between law and creativity.