An attorney for more than twenty years, Andy Norwood has worked on cases covering a multitude of issues. His specialty is intellectual property, which includes copyright. This branch of law covers literary works, fine arts, and architectural drawings. Norwood’s career often involved representing publishers in various legal disputes. As a former counsel of record for the Publishers Association of the South, he developed an even greater understanding of the industry.
Throughout his career as an attorney, he spent years coaching his sons in Little League, which inspired him to write a book about baseball’s relevance to everyday life. Norwood realized that the sport has more to teach children than simply the best method for catching a line drive. Deciding it was better to write his advice down, rather than just tell his sons, he wrote a book. After publishing a few copies for his family and close friends, he was encouraged to spread his message farther.
After Norwood graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in communications, double majoring in journalism and creative writing, he earned his law degree from the University of Alabama School of Law. He is a member of the University of Alabama Alumni Association and the Tennessee and American Bar Associations. In addition to coaching, he is also a member of the Publishers Association of the South. Norwood resides with his wife and their sons in Franklin, Tennessee.
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