Andrew A. Fuller

Attorney At Law

Phone: 215-925-0705 ext. 0233
Fax: 215-925-5105

Andrew represents individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations in education , healthcare, and technology sectors. Andrew first joined the firm in 2018, working as a Legal Assistant while he attended Temple University as an evening division law student. In 2020, Andrew was promoted to Law Clerk and, after his admission to the Pennsylvania Bar in 2021, he became an Associate Attorney. Before joining the firm, Andrew spent several years working as a higher education administrator in student housing.

Andrew received his J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2021. He graduated magna cum laude, was a recipient of The National Order of the Barristers Award, and was elected into the Order of the Coif. During law school, Andrew was selected for Temple’s Moot Court Competition Team and competed in the 2021 NYU National Immigration Law Moot Court Competition. Andrew’s professors recognized him for outstanding oral advocacy, including as a two-time Barrister Award Winner, which denotes best overall performance within a section of Temple Law’s Integrated Trial Advocacy Program.

Andrew is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, but can practice immigration law in any state. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Originally from Missouri, Andrew received his Bachelor of Music Education in Vocal/Choral Music (2006) and Master of Science in Student Affairs (2009) degrees from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri. Andrew remains active as a choral musician by singing in community choirs in Philadelphia.

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