Andrew Gunem



I am an attorney in Turke & Strauss’ class action practice—where we enforce individuals’ rights when “bad apple” corporations break the law. As such, we litigate in federal and state courts across the country. For example, I have litigated claims of unfair trade practices, unlawful wiretapping, product liability (PFAS contamination), negligent data breaches, and violations of consumer protections laws. 


  • University of Wisconsin Law School, J.D., cum laude

    • Managing Editor, Wisconsin Law Review

    • Law-in-Action Scholar (Full-Tuition Scholarship) 

    • Best Performance in Complex Litigation

  • University of California, Berkeley, B.A.

    • Dean’s Honors List

Bar Admissions

  • Wisconsin


  • State Bar of Wisconsin: The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations

  • State Bar of Wisconsin: How Wisconsin Can Profit from Carbon Capture

Outside Interests

  • Spending quality time with my wife and young dog

  • Traveling with friends and family

  • Cooking and baking bread (usually naan or focaccia) 


During law school, I interned with the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and a full-service corporate law firm. And for professors Miriam Seifter and Robert Yablon, I researched state-level democracy issues—specifically, analyzing over 350 decisions by the New York Court of Appeals. 

Before law school, I was an Investigative Analyst at the National Conference of Bar Examiners. There, I investigated attorneys across the country to determine if they were morally fit to practice law.