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Andrea focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation.

Andrea’s interest in law was sparked during her time in college on the executive board of a women’s fraternity. The bylaws and rules that defined the organization intrigued her, leading her to pursue a legal career. As a law student, she was part of the Federal Civil Rights Clinic, where she represented a client in a prisoner’s rights case in federal court. The experience cemented her passion for advocacy.

With a degree in biomedical engineering, Andrea was naturally drawn to the intellectual property practice area. She understands the complex technologies that clients have developed and can effectively represent their goals in court. Andrea focuses on patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret litigation cases.

Andrea is known for her ability to effectively communicate complex legal and technical issues before juries: prior to law school, she served as a teacher at a college-focused charter elementary school. This experience honed her ability to distill complex concepts into simple, understandable terms—a skill she applies to her legal practice.

A passionate advocate, Andrea provides efficient and high-quality representation for clients.



  • J.D., University of Illinois College of Law
    • magna cum laude
    • The Elder Law Journal, Editor-in-Chief
    • Student Bar Association, President
  • B.S., Saint Louis University


  • Missouri
2023 Pro Bono Contributor
Outside the Office

Andrea is a world traveler with a special interest: ancient ruins. This interest was sparked on a trip with her mom to the still-partially-buried Herculaneum in Italy. She likes visiting the oldest structures she can find, or any other remnant of ancient civilizations. Her favorite place so far has been an ancestor’s castle in Ireland, but Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, Luxor Temple in Egypt, and Petra in Jordan are still on her bucket list.

When she’s at home, Andrea enjoys building furniture. Her dad has been training her in woodworking throughout her life, and she loves using her skills to decorate her home. The project she’s most proud of was taking an old upright piano and turning it into a beautiful desk.

Community Leadership

Andrea helps raise money for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), who represent the interests of the child in custody issues, in the St. Louis area. She’s worked with the organization since 2014, when she was first introduced through a college fraternity.