Andrew J. Geisler

Legal Fellow

Andrew Geisler is the legal fellow at The Buckeye Institute’s Legal Center. In this capacity, Geisler works on criminal justice policies that focus on how to make Ohio’s communities safer, reduce spending, and help people become contributing members of society.

Prior to joining The Buckeye Institute, Geisler earned his law degree from the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, as well as his master’s degree in political science and his undergraduate degree in political science and journalism from Miami University. During his graduate studies, Geisler focused on the intersection of political theory and public policy, culminating in his final project, Why the Family Assistance Plan Failed: Daniel Patrick Moynihan and the Problem of Social Policy.

Geisler also spent a year as the program coordinator for the Janus Forum and Thomas W. Smith Project on Liberty, Democracy and Citizenship at Miami University, where he planned and executed events on American politics and government. He previously spent a summer at The Buckeye Institute as the Seasongood Fellow focusing on Ohio criminal justice policy. 

Outside of work, Geisler enjoys reading, following Cleveland sports, and playing golf.