Andrew graduated from Clemson University in 2009 with a B.A. in Political Science, and a minor in History. Prior to attending law school, Andrew worked in the Chester County Departments of Bail & Pretrial Services and Adult Probation. Andrew subsequently attended the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law and obtained his Juris Doctorate in 2013.
Following his first year of law school, Andrew held a summer internship in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania where he drafted orders and memoranda for civil cases assigned to the then Chief Judge of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Andrew also conducted pro bono work during law school with the Philadelphia Family Court Domestic Violence Unit, assisting victim’s of abuse through the process of requesting and obtaining Protection From Abuse Orders. Andrew also held internships with both the Delaware County and Chester County District Attorney’s Offices, where he conducted preliminary hearings, and in Chester County, assisted with the forfeiture unit and a homicide prosecution.
Upon graduation from law school, Andrew was hired as an Assistant District Attorney in Chester County, where worked with law enforcement on investigations, representing the Commonwealth in successful misdemeanor and felony prosecutions. Andrew also trained and supervised interns during his tenure with he Chester County District Attorney’s Office. Following his time at the District Attorney’s Office, Andrew joined Mullen Coughlin LLC, where his practice focused on counseling public and private entity clients through the investigation and response to data security incidents. Specifically, Andrew worked to ensure compliant investigations and responses relative to each organization’s unique state and federal regulations and contractual obligations, and assisted with developing any required notifications and responses to regulatory inquiries. Andrew was also involved with training the firm’s new associate attorneys.
Andrew joined MacMain, Connell & Leinhauser in March 2020.
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