Andrew T. Geisler

“If you can heal the symptoms. But not affect the cause. It's quite a bit like trying to heal the gunshot wound with gauze.” –Trey AnastasioAndrew
About Andrew

Andrew is a young attorney, eager to make his mark on the legal profession. A graduate of the Elizabeth Haub School of Law (formerly the Pace University School of Law), Andrew has spent the last few years honing his craft of criminal defense. He strives to ensure his clients receive the highest quality of representation while navigating through what is likely one of the most difficult times in that person’s life, all the while achieving an outcome most favorable to the client.

Andrew took a long and winding road to the legal profession. He graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2011 with a BS in Biological Sciences and Sociology. After spending some time working in the biotech industry, Andrew decided to pursue his true passion and attend law school. During his schooling, Andrew spent time working for the New Rochelle City Court, where he worked closely with the two City Court Judges.

Following admission to the New York State Bar, Andrew began his career as a criminal defense attorney. He worked with various public defender’s offices in the upstate New York area during this time, building his small practice in the process. Andrew is excited to be making this next step joining the team at the Nave Law firm and looks forward to aiding those who might need help in the Capital Region.

Why Do I Do What I Do?

That feeling of knowing you helped someone when they needed it.

Area of Focus

Criminal Defense

Traffic Offenses


Contact Information
Fun Facts
Bar Admission

The State Bar of New York

area of focus

Criminal Defense

Traffic Offenses



University of Connecticut (Bachelor of Science)

Pace University School of Law (Juris Doctor)


The State Bar of New York




Favorite Movie: The Prestige

Favorite Vacation Spot: Aruba

If you had intro music, what song would it be: Pearl Jam – Alive

Proudest Moment: Passing the NYS Bar exam

Favorite Quote: If you can heal the symptoms. But not affect the cause.  It’s quite a bit like trying to heal.  The gunshot wound with gauze.  -Trey Anastasio


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