Andrew Nay is an assistant professor of rehabilitation counseling. His research interests include disability policy and legislation, counseling ethics and the law, and forensic rehabilitation. He also has a graduate degree from MSU in Human Resources and Labor Relations, is a Fellow on the American Board of Vocational Experts, and is a Certified Compensation Management Specialist, Rehabilitation Counselor, and Disability Management Specialist. Dr. Nay is frequently called upon to conduct forensic rehabilitation analyses to assess the employability and ability to earn wages of individuals involved in litigation at both the state and federal level. He routinely consults with employers, forensic accountants, insurance companies, and attorneys on issues involving employability affected by occupational or personal injury, employment discrimination, divorce and wrongful discharge. In 2014, he was appointed to the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) Ethics Committee tasked with providing advisory opinions on selected situations having ethical implications to the rehabilitation counseling community, and currently serves as a Board Member at Large with the National Association of Service Providers in Private Rehabilitation (NASPPR). He continues to present at various state and national conferences on topics involving counseling ethics, forensic evaluation, vocational assessment, and conflict resolution.