Anré Washington is an attorney in the Government Relations and Litigation practice groups at Andersen Tate and Carr. Anré’s practice focuses on commercial and residential rezoning, land use, zoning approval, representing candidates and their campaign committees, commercial litigation, contract disputes, and general civil litigation.
Anré graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2021, serving as Executive Symposium Editor for Volume 55 of the Georgia Law Review, a member of the American Bar Association and Hulsey Gambrell moot court teams, and the National Trial Competition and the Mockingbird mock trial teams.
Prior to law school, Anré served in a range of public policy and key political staffing roles. He was appointed as the youngest Executive Director of the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus, Campaign Manager for now Congresswoman Nikema Williams, and Traveling Chief of Staff for Jason Carter’s 2014 Campaign for Governor. Additionally, Anré worked as an advocate for bipartisan children’s policy and juvenile justice reform.
Anré earned his undergraduate degree in Sociology from Morehouse College cum laude in 2013. Anré is a native of Hinesville, Georgia. He lives in Atlanta with his wife Anita, a Spelman College graduate and native of Southeast Washington, D.C.
University of Georgia School of Law, Athens, Georgia
Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia