Andrew Froh's practice is focused on tax litigation and helping clients resolve their disputes with the federal and provincial revenue authorities. This includes disputes over income tax, provincial taxes and sales taxes where he represents clients at the audit and objection stages and in appeals of adverse assessments to court.
While at law school, Andrew competed in and later coached the University of Ottawa’s team at the Donald G.H. Bowman National Tax Moot. Andrew also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada’s Tax Advocacy Project where he provided pro bono legal services to self-represented litigants and appeared before the Tax Court of Canada.
Before joining Bennett Jones as an associate, Andrew articled at a national law firm and then clerked for the judges of the Tax Court of Canada.