Andy Wirkus

Andy Wirkus is a Court Management Consultant with the National Center for State Courts. He received his JD from the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law. Prior to joining NCSC, Mr. Wirkus worked with The Disability Law Center of Utah, The ACLU of Utah, Michigan Indian Legal Services, Catholic Community Services, and the Salt Lake County Criminal Justice Services Division during law school. In his roles, he helped advocate for individuals with disabilities, immigrants, and children. He has many years of project management experience in the field of social innovation and access to justice. Mr. Wirkus also worked with Innovation for Justice and the Creative Advocacy Lab to reduce barriers to justice. Mr. Wirkus has experience creating plain language forms, videos, and marketing.

Prior to receiving his JD, Mr. Wirkus worked for the Ballard Center for Social Impact as the Program Director of the Social Impact Projects. In this role, he helped partner students with various nonprofits to complete timely projects for their organizations and oversaw their completion. Mr. Wirkus received his Bachelor of Science in Public Health and specialized in maternal health. He interned with Musana International and Safe Mothers Safe Babies, both of which work to improve maternal health in Uganda. He currently lives in Salt Lake City and enjoys spending his free time in the mountains.

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