Andrew Raider Wood began his arts, media and entertainment law practice--what's now become Wood Media Law--in 2008. Prior to that he worked at a boutique entertainment law firm in Tribeca and held a variety of positions in entertainment and communications, from standards enforcement at the Entertainment Software Rating Board to a fellowship at London’s Stanhope Centre for Communications Policy Research.
Before becoming an attorney Wood was a book editor at an independent literary press in Union Square. Prior to that he taught film/media/cultural studies at the University of Pittsburgh, where he earned a PhD.
Wood studied law at Cardozo in the Intellectual Property & Information Law program, did advanced work in international media law & policy at Oxford, and also completed graduate work in Montréal at McGill. His undergraduate degree is from Penn in Philadelphia.