Andrew L. Vining


Charlotte, North Carolina

Andrew Vining is an associate in Taylor English’s Real Estate Department. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Mr. Vining focuses his practice on commercial real estate and corporate matters. He also has experience representing creditors in bankruptcies, foreclosures, evictions, and real property litigation. 

Prior to joining Taylor English, Mr. Vining worked as a senior associate for a nationwide, creditor’s rights law firm. During this time, he primarily managed the daily workflow of bankruptcy files and foreclosure files. Additionally, he managed the North Carolina office’s closing department where he worked on a broad array of real estate transactions. As he grew in his practice, he mentored and trained new attorneys on North Carolina foreclosure and federal bankruptcy law. Mr. Vining also regularly engaged with other members of the bankruptcy practice group to discuss and provide insight and guidance on issues impacting the practice of bankruptcy law throughout the country. 

Prior to entering practice, Mr. Vining managed a portfolio of contested foreclosure loans in various stages of litigation for a mortgage servicing corporation. Additionally, he co-authored processes and procedures for better efficiency and regulatory compliance. 

Outside of the office, Mr. Vining enjoys being involved in the community, playing golf, spending time with family, and cheering on the LSU Tigers.


  • Mecklenburg County Bar Association, Member, 2015 – present; Board of Directors Class of 2025; Young Lawyer’s Division, Vice-Chair, 2022 – present; Young Lawyer’s Division Legal Assistance Committee, Chair, 2020 – 2022
  • North Carolina Bar Association, Member

Practice Areas

  • Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy
  • Real Estate


  • Paul M. Hebert Law Center (LSU), JD, 2014
  • Louisiana State University (LSU), BA, Phi Kappa Phi, 2010

Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina


  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina


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