Andrew W. Clopman was born in Cornwall, Ontario and grew up nearby in Massena, New York. Mr. Clopman speaks a number of languages, including Spanish and French, which assist him in representing clients from around the World.
Andrew studied at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, and McGill University, in Montreal, Quebec. Upon graduation, Andrew worked for several years as a newspaper reporter and freelance journalist in Northern New York and Montreal. Mr. Clopman then decided to attend Vermont Law School, where he gained practical experience in the General Practice Program and taught legal writing to first-year law students as a Dean’s Fellow. Andrew was also a law clerk at a legal clinic, where he worked on immigration cases and represented abused children in Vermont courts. Mr. Clopman moved to the Treasure Coast of Florida in 2009, where he began working at a small immigration firm in Palm Beach County, Florida, until January 31, 2014, when he opened his practice closer to his home in the Treasure Coast.
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