Robert Andrews

Pittsburgh Office
Non-Equity Member
Attorney-at-Law
Direct Dial: 412-553-7083
Cell: 412-657-2153



Areas of Practice

•  Criminal Defense
•  DUI
•  Traffic Violations
•  Workers Compensation
•  Civil Litigation
•  Will and Estates

Bar Admissions

•  Pennsylvania

Professional Background

Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania in 1990.

Education

•  Indiana University of Pennsylvania (B.S., 1986)
•  Toledo School of Law (J.D., 1990)


Professional/Civic Activities

Member:
•  Allegheny County Bar Association
•  Pennsylvania Bar Association.


Up Close and Personal

Robert S. Andrews Jr. began his legal career in the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office and served as a Senior Deputy Attorney General until his retirement in May of 2003. During his tenure he had the privilege to work for Governor Tom Corbett and the Honorable D. Michael Fisher who is currently a Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. For the last several years he has been the owner and sole proprietor of his law firm which has represented hundreds of Pennsylvania citizens.

Bob is originally from the Johnstown, Pennsylvania area where his parents still reside, He is a graduate of Conemaugh Township High School. Bob currently resides in Cranberry township and is the proud father two daughters Abby and Emma. His interest outside of the law are golf and watching sporting events.

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