Sherri Andrews, J.D., M.A., RPA

Office: Pasadena, California


  • 2012, J.D., Law/Concord Law School
  • 2000, M.A., Archaeology/California State University, Northridge
  • 1989, B.A., Anthropology/University of California, Los Angeles


Sherri Andrews is a Registered Professional Archaeologist with more than 19 years of professional archaeological experience. Ms. Andrews earned a Juris Doctorate from Concord Law School in 2012, and has been a member of the State Bar of California since March 2013. She earned her Master of Arts degree in Anthropology with a specialization in Public Archaeology from California State University, Northridge (CSUN) in 2000, where her Master’s thesis research dealt with sampling methodology as applied to the analysis of fish bone remains from the extensive and highly stratified Eel Point site on San Clemente Island. She has been listed on the Register of Professional Archaeologists since 2000. Having served as Principal Investigator, Co-Principal Investigator, and Field Director, Ms. Andrews has experience in all aspects of project management, ranging from records searches and fieldwork to report writing and preparation. She also has experience in laboratory management, including artifact analysis, cataloging and curation, and has served as laboratory director for three university-run field schools, including the San Clemente Island Eel Point site field school run by CSUN, and the San Elijo Lagoon project run by ASM and University of California, San Diego. She currently also acts as Director, Archaeology and ASM’s technical report editor, providing in-house quality assurance and control and exceeds the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology.