Andrew Goldstein joined Ropes & Gray’s corporate department in 2022.
While at Suffolk University Law School, Andrew interned at Aptiv, PLC and later, at Aptiv’s joint venture with Hyundai, focusing on legal regulations surrounding autonomous vehicles. Andrew also served as the chief symposium editor of the Suffolk Transnational Law Review, where his case comment was published in the journal’s summer 2021 publication. Additionally, Andrew received the Suffolk University Law School Jurisprudence Award for best grade in both Property and Professional Responsibility.
Prior to law school, Andrew attended Syracuse University and was a paralegal at a mid-size law firm in Boston.
- Represented TravelCenters of America Inc. in its acquisition by BP.
- Andrew Goldstein, “Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals Restricts Congress’s Ability to Utilize the Foreign Commerce Clause as Justification for Actions Taken to Enforce the Maritime Drug Law Enforcement Act,” Suffolk Transnational Law Review (Summer 2021)
- JD, magna cum laude, Suffolk University Law School, 2022; Chief Symposium Editor, Suffolk Transnational Law Review
- BA (Economics; Minor in Finance), Syracuse University, 2019
Admissions / Qualifications
- Massachusetts, 2022