Andrew Stauber

Andrew Stauber represents management clients in employment matters in state and federal court proceedings, as well as before administrative agencies including the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Mr. Stauber also counsels clients on a wide range of matters, including issues regarding non-competition agreements, background checks, hiring, disciplinary actions, terminations, leaves of absence, and complying with state and federal discrimination and wage and hour laws.

Additionally, Mr. Stauber assists clients in preparing employment-related documents, including handbooks, employment agreements, severance agreements, policies, and general correspondence, and conducts seminars on topics including sexual harassment and discrimination avoidance.

Prior to joining WilmerHale, Mr. Stauber was a summer associate at another law firm in Boston. While there, he assisted on a $200 million acquisition, a pro bono asylum matter, and prepared various objective memoranda while providing thorough research and analysis. Mr. Stauber also worked as a paralegal at a firm in Washington DC, where he assisted with patent, insurance coverage and NFL-related matters. He also prepared for, coordinated and attended a Rule 32 Petition Hearing in Alabama for a pro bono death penalty appeal where a death row inmate was granted a new trial.

Mr. Stauber spent time as a “Legal Interviewing and Client Counseling” teaching assistant at Boston College Law School. Before attending Boston College, he was an admission counselor for the University of Virginia in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.


  • Selected for inclusion in the inaugural 2021 edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in the area of Labor and Employment Law - Management

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  • Education

    • JD, Boston College Law School, 2010

      magna cum laude Note Editor, Boston College Law Review, Order of the Coif
    • MA, Higher Education Administration, Boston College, 2010

    • BA, American Government, University of Virginia, 2003

  • Admissions

    • Massachusetts

  • Clerkships

    • The Hon. Scott L. Kafker, Massachusetts Appeals Court, 2010 - 2011