"I bring a passion for excellence to my work, and am dedicated to providing my clients outstanding service."
25 West Middle Lane
Rockville, Maryland 20850
Andrew L. Schwartz
Proactively working to understand a client’s goals defines Andrew Schwartz’s approach to practicing law. He makes every effort to be available to his clients and promptly respond to their needs. Andrew handles matters related to corporate and business law, including commercial transactions. He also provides general corporate counseling and advice, entity structuring and formation; and services related to ownership, management and control; sale and transfer, and contracting.
Andrew gives speeches to groups of business owners on a variety of topics, such as business disputes, choice of business entity, including the use of limited liability companies, and practical and legal aspects of business succession planning. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Amity Club of Washington, a philanthropic and social club for active and retired businessmen.
Andrew is very active in the legal community and currently serves in leadership roles and on several committees for the Bar Association of Montgomery County, the Montgomery County, Maryland Bar Foundation and the Maryland State Bar Association. In 2011, Andrew was a recipient of a Section Chair of the Year award for his role as Co-Chair of the New Practitioner Section of the Bar Association of Montgomery County. He also was named a Bar Leader by the Montgomery County, Maryland Bar Foundation. Super Lawyers magazine recognized Andrew as a Rising Star among Maryland Attorneys in 2011 and 2012. In 2009, he was selected as an Associate Member of the Montgomery County, Maryland Inn of Court.
Prior to joining the firm, Andrew was an attorney at a small general civil litigation firm in Rockville, Maryland. Prior to that, Andrew served as a law clerk in the Montgomery County State's Attorney's Office. During law school, he was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and an executive board member of the Trial Advocacy Honor Society.
Outside of the office, Andrew is a sports enthusiast. He enjoys both watching and playing sports and is captain of the firm’s softball team. Andrew also likes spending time sailing, traveling and exploring the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Franklin and Marshall College (B.A., 2003)
Widener University School of Law (J.D., 2006)
Moot Court Honor Society
Trial Advocacy Honor Society, Executive Board Member
District of Columbia
U.S. District Court, District of Maryland
U.S. Court of Appeals, 4th Circuit
Montgomery County, Maryland American Inn of Court, Associate Member
Bar Association of Montgomery County (2006–present)
New Practitioners Section, Co-Chair (2009-2011)
Executive Committee (2009–2011)
Membership Committee (2011-present)
Leadership Development Committee (2011-present)
Strategic Planning Committee (2010-present)
Social Committee, Co-Chair (2012-present)
Maryland State Bar Association (2006-present)
Young Lawyers Section Council (2008-present)
The Virginia Bar Association (2008-present)
American Bar Association (2006-present)
Fairfax Bar Association (2008-present)
Montgomery County, Maryland Bar Foundation (2011-present)
Capital Campaign Committee, Special Events Chair (2011-present)
Amity Club of Washington, Board of Directors (2010-present)
Maryland Super Lawyers magazine, Rising Star (2011-2013)
Washington DC Super Lawyers magazine, Rising Star (2013)
Bar Association of Montgomery County, Section Chair of the Year (2011)
Montgomery County, Maryland Bar Foundation, Bar Leader (2011-present)
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