Throughout his career, Andrew R. Crumbie has seen great success. Having served in law enforcement for twenty years and later founding a law group that has seen a tremendous amount of success, Crumbie is considered to be a highly trusted professional in his career. That is why Andrew R. Crumbie has received many recognitions and appointments throughout his career.
Some of Andrew R. Crumbie’s appointments include: Client Security Fund Committee, appointed by Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice, The Honorable Chase Rogers; the Culture Competency Committee of the Public Service and Trust Commission, appointed by Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice, The Honorable Chase Rodgers; Chairman of the Connecticut Citizenship Fund Committee, appointed by Connecticut Secretary of State the Honorable Denise Merrill.
Andrew R. Crumbie has held a variety of different positions. These various positions includes the following: the Malta House of Care where he served as a Board Member; the St. Francis Foundation where Crumbie also served as a Board Member; the Wilson Gray YNCA where Andrew R. Crumbie served on the Board of Managers. On top of these positions, Andrew R. Crumbie also was a recipient of the High Achiever in the law and was included in the “Lawyers of Color” feature of the Connecticut Law Tribune.
In 2008, Andrew R. Crumbie founded the Crumbie Law Group, LLC. Much like the rest of his career, Crumbie has seen a large amount of success in his law firm. In fact, Crumbie Law Group is the largest state certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) law firm in the Northeast region of the United States.