Andrew Churchill joined Deutsch Atkins & Kleinfeldt P.C. in March 2022. Prior to joining, Andrew practiced as a Civil Litigation associate at a mid-size law firm in New Jersey.
Andrew graduated from Rutgers Law School – Newark in May 2020. After graduation, Andrew clerked for the Honorable Regina Caulfield, P.J.Cr., at the Union County Superior Court.
During law school, Andrew was a member of the Rutgers Moot Court Board, and participated in the Nathan Baker Mock Trial Competition. Andrew was also a co-founder of the Newark Housing Rights Coalition, an organization aimed at providing legal representation and education on landlord-tenant matters for indigent citizens.
Andrew also gained hands-on experience as a member of the Education and Health Law Clinic at Rutgers, where he advocated on behalf of low-income parents of children with disabilities in special education, early intervention, and school discipline matters. As a clinical law student, he collaborated with graduate students from medical and social work programs to address the impact of adverse economic and social conditions on the health and well-being of disabled children and their families.
Andrew spent two summers interning with the Speedy Trial Unit of the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office, where he gained experience researching and drafting evidentiary motions and observing every aspect of the criminal process.