We are a Washington, D.C. based law practice that offers services in civil and criminal law. Our focus is on getting results for our clients. In order to offer our clients high quality legal services at lower prices, Apex is composed of a network of lawyers with portable practices. You can come into the office or we can come to you (D.C. only, at this time). We have found this service is a great convenience for our elderly and disabled clients. The price of our house-call service has a $25.00 convenience fee. So the price is $225.00 per hour, while the in office consultation fee is $200.00 per hour. While we prefer cash, you may use a credit/debit card to pay for your legal consultation fee. For house-calls, the 1-hour consultation fee must be paid in advance. We offer a variety of payment plans and retainers to meet your financial needs for legal services.
Andrellos Mitchell is the principal of Apex Legal Services. Apex Legal Services is the continuation of the Law Office of Andrellos Mitchell, PLLC which began in 1997. Mr. Mitchell has acted as Lead Counsel, Co-Counsel, or Assistant Counsel in over 100 cases in state and federal court, as well as Administrative Agencies (e.g., U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), D.C. Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) and District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) ).
Mr. Mitchell has litigated and represented clients against some of the top law firms in the United States (e.g., Steptoe & Johnson LLP, Reed Smith LLC, Venable LLP and Hoguet Newman & Regal, LLP, etc.) in and out of state and federal court.
From 2007-2015 Mr. Mitchell served as Court Appointed Counsel in the Probate Court of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia primarily representing clients in Guardianship & Conservatorship matters.
From 1997 to the present Mr. Mitchell has worked as a Contract Attorney for top national and international law firms primarily providing substantive paper and electronic review of first and second Discovery requests for documents in large antitrust matters such as mergers and acquisitions, white collar criminal, and products liability litigation involving the United States Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and other federal agencies.
In the mid 1990's, Mr. Mitchell worked as a Fraud Examiner for the D.C. Insurance Administration (Now the Department of Insurance, Securities & Banking).
After law school Mr. Mitchell was hired as a law clerk by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to serve in its highly competitive Law Clerk Program.
In his final semester of law school, Mr. Mitchell worked as an Intern at the nationally-renowned Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia (PDS) under the supervision of one of its star trial attorneys, Sharon Styles.
With his no-nonsense attitude and direct approach to practicing law, unlike many lawyers practicing law in the District of Columbia and surrounding jurisdictions Mr. Mitchell has never been sanctioned by any State Bar and / or Court for any type of ethical violation. For over 20 years he has demonstrated high ethical standards while aggressively representing his clients and producing positive results.
STATE BAR MEMBERSHIPS
District of Columbia - 2001
Pennsylvania - 1994
FEDERAL BAR MEMBERSHIPS
Supreme Court of the United States of America
U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
U.S. Tax Court
In 1979 Mr. Mitchell was recruited to attend Ballou Senior High School in Washington D.C. He was accepted via Advanced Placement into the school’s elite Science & Math Program at age 14. He would participate and letter in Junior Varsity and Varsity Football (Wide Receiver) as well as Varsity Track and Field (400 Meter Sprinter). Andrellos would also participate in the
Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC). He would complete High School in 3 years.
During his senior year in high school in 1982 Mr. Mitchell was heavily recruited to participate in Track & Field. He would attend Mount Union College.
A small, private, elite, Liberal Arts College in the Buckeye State in Alliance, Ohio. He would enter college as a 17 year old freshman and compete in Track & Field in the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC). The third oldest athletic conference in the United States. Mr. Mitchell would go on to win Gold (1600 Meter Relay) Silver (400 Meter Dash) and Bronze (600 Meter Dash) medals to become an All-Ohio Athletic Conference Champion.
In his sophomore year he would suffer a horrific leg injury. In spite of the injury
Mr. Mitchell would endure and go on to win a Gold Medal in his first and only appearance at the 1986 Penn Relay Carnival. Later that same year he would earn honors as an NCAA Track & Field All-American.
In 1984 in his junior year in college, Mr. Mitchell would pledge Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity is the first Black, Inter-Collegiate Greek-Lettered fraternity in the United States. It was founded on December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. It includes members such as Martin Luther King, Jr., U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, Olympian Jesse Owens, and many other great men. Mr. Mitchell would be unanimously elected to serve as Vice President of his college chapter.
Although raised in Washington D.C. and Maryland, Mr. Mitchell is a proud native of Louisiana. He is of Black and Native American descent. The 52 year old lawyer is based in Washington, D.C.
MEMBERSHIPS & HONORS
ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC.
NCAA TRACK & FIELD ALL-AMERICAN
PENN RELAYS CHAMPION-GOLD MEDALIST (4 × 400 Meters Relay)
MASON DIXON CONFERENCE CHAMPION (TRACK & FIELD)
ALL-OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPION (TRACK & FIELD)
M-Sat. - By Appointment
CREDIT CARDS / DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED
***Credit Cards are not accepted for Bankruptcy consultations or services.
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