Andrew J. Silver graduated magna cum laude as a member of the Order of the Coif from Boston College Law School in 2012. While in law school, he was selected as an Articles Editor of the Boston College International & Comparative Law Review, for which he previously served as a Staff Writer. In 2007, Mr. Silver graduated from Tufts University with a B.A. in Economics and a concentration in Communication and Media Studies.
Prior to joining Tycko & Zavareei LLP, Mr. Silver worked as a student-attorney at the Boston College Legal Assistance Bureau, practicing housing law, family law, and administrative law on behalf of indigent clients. During law school, he spent summers at the Appeals Bureau of the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and as a judicial intern for the Honorable Williams K. Sessions III at the United States District Court for the District of Vermont.
Prior to law school, Mr. Silver worked as a correspondent and desk assistant at The Boston Globe’s Sports Department and additionally served as Managing Editor of The Tufts Daily, an independent daily student newspaper. He also worked as an administrator and senior staff member at Camp Bauercrest, a nonprofit residential overnight camp in northeastern Massachusetts for boys aged 8 to 16.
Mr. Silver is a member of the Massachusetts and District of Columbia bars and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
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