Andrea received her B.S. in the school of Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, where she was the Minority Affairs Student Liason and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. At William & Mary she was a founding Staff Editor of the William & Mary Business Law Review and a member of two advocacy teams: the William & Mary National Trial Team and the William & Mary Moot Court Team. In the summer of 2010 she was a research assistant for Professor Nancy Leong. In summer 2011 she was a summer associate with LeClair Ryan in Williamsburg, Virginia, and she joined the firm as a general litigation associate in January 2013.
Her Own Words
"Law school is such a unique endeavor that, unless they've done it themselves, most of your friends and family cannot appreciate your conversations about 'blue booking,' 'outlining,' or 'writing on.' But William & Mary has mastered the art of community. From the moment you enter the sliding doors of the law school, every person you encounter is a knowing confidante. And that goes far beyond your classmates and professors. It includes the barrista who will never fail to hand you your coffee with a, 'there you go, baby,' and the administrators who show genuine concern if you pass their desks with a look of despair. The professors, the service workers, and everyone in between become an essential part of your law school experience."