Andrew Clarke


Firstly, Andrew Clarke holds a B.A. in History from Davidson College. In addition, Andrew Clarke has a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Florida International University. After that, he went on to receive his J.D. from Memphis State University in 1992. And, during law school, Mr. Clarke worked for Plaintiff firms that handled civil rights and police misconduct cases. So, these were a perfect fit for his background.

Above all, Mr. Clarke is licensed to practice law in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi. And, since graduating from law school, he has only worked for Plaintiff firms representing victims of negligence or intentional misconduct of others. As a result, Mr. Clarke has successfully represented clients by way of settlement or trial. In other words, Andrew Clarke gets the job done. In short, these include wrongful death cases, automobile accidents, premises liability actions, workers compensation injuries, civil rights claims, police misconduct and police brutality cases, employment discrimination claims, high-speed pursuit cases and medical malpractice cases.

Furthermore, Mr. Clarke has handled many cases throughout the appellate process. Additionally, two cases were argued before the United States Supreme Court. Above all, Andrew Clarke is an exceptional attorney at law. As a result, he is a frequent speaker at seminars on a wide variety of topics. For example, these topics include high-speed pursuits, excessive force cases, workers compensation cases, municipality liability cases and governmental tort liability cases. Also, he writes numerous articles on issues relating to police misconduct cases and civil rights liability. To sum up, Andrew Clarke is a lawyer in Memphis, TN and the Mid-South that you want fighting for you.


Tennessee Bar – November 1992 (Licensed Member)

Mississippi Bar – April 1993 (Licensed Member)

Arkansas Bar – April 1995 (Licensed Member)

Contact Information

T: 901-523-1222
E: aclarke@cochranfirmmidsouth.com


  • AAJ (ATLA)  American Association of Justice (formerly American Trial Lawyers Association)
  • Member – 1993 – 2010;
  • Civil Rights Section – 1995 – 2010;
  • Chair Elect – ATLA Civil Rights Section – 2001-2002;
  • Chairman – ATLA Civil Rights Section – 2002- 2003;
  • Executive Committee Member – ATLA Civil Rights Section – 2000-12/2004;
  • Newsletter Editor – ATLA Civil Rights Section – 7/2003-12/2004;
  • ACLU – American Civil Liberties Union
  • Member – 1994 – 2010;
  • NPAP – National Police Accountability Project
  • Member – 1998 – present;
  • Board of Directors – 2001-2007; Advisory Board – 2008 – present;
  • TTLA – Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association – 1993 – present;
  • ATLA – Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association – 2008 – 2010;
  • STOPP – Solutions to the Tragedies of Police Pursuits – 1994-1998;
  • FBA – Federal Bar Association – 1999 – 2001.


  • Cecil C. Humphrey’s School of Law. Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee.  August 1989 – May 1992.  Received J.D. in May, 1992.
  • Florida International University, Miami, Florida.  June 1988 – August 1989.  Received Master of Science in Criminal Justice in August 1989.  Received Outstanding Scholar Award – 1988- 1989.
  • Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina.  August 1984 – May 1988.  Received Bachelor of Arts in History in May 1988.
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