Andrew Wampler is the chair of the Wilson Worley employment law practice group and also practices in the areas of healthcare law and business and commercial litigation. In addition to litigation, Mr. Wampler reviews and negotiates contracts, advises business clients, and conducts investigations. He also serves several organizations as counselor and volunteer. He currently serves on the Human Resource Committee for The United Way of Greater Kingsport, having served as its chair, along with serving on the Board of Directors for the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Kingsport, Providence Medical Clinic, Leadership Kingsport, FunFest, Sunrise Rotary Club, Kingsport Bar Association, Kingsport Jaycees, and Small Miracles Therapeutic Equestrian Center. He serves as president of the Board for Small Miracles, Boys and Girls Club, and Kingsport Jaycees. Mr. Wampler has written on various legal topics in law reviews and bar journals, with his work cited by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and used for training by Met Life. He has presented talks at local, regional, and national meetings, continuing education seminars, and conferences. He is a member of other community organizations and has received several awards.
Mr. Wampler also serves as a Hearing Officer for the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility and as an Assistant Examiner for the Tennessee Board of Law Examiners.
Mr. Wampler received a J.D. and an M.A. in English from the University of Tennessee and a B.A. from Presbyterian College. In law school, Mr. Wampler received the William M. Leech Memorial Scholarship, Distinguished Student Attorney Service Award and the Jerry J. Phillips Comment Award. He served as Articles Editor of the Tennessee Law Review. He has also taught English and literature classes at the University of Tennessee and at Roane State Community College and taught Non-Profit Certificate program courses at Northeast State Technical Community College.