ANDREA S. LOVELESS  - Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, with honors, Chancellor's Scholar, East Carolina University, 1996  - Rivers Foundation Scholar, 1998  - Mitchell B. Hunt Scholar, 1999  - University Honors, Political Science Departmental Honors, 1999  - Outstanding Senior, graduated in three years, 1999  - American University of Paris, International Law Program in Paris, France; Top Honors, 1999  - Texas Wesleyan University Law School, graduated with Honors, 2003     Top 5% of Class,Law Review Articles Editor Regional Trial Advocacy Competition Regional Negotiations Competition Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity Presidential Scholarship winner Graduation Class Speaker     BAR ADMISSIONS  Texas 2003  California 2004  U.S. District Court: Southern District of California 2004.     PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS  Los Angeles Bar Association  Orange County Bar Association  Southern Orange County Regional Chamber of Commerce  Texas Young Lawyers Association  Texas Trial Lawyers Association  Generation Change (charity organization)     Groups and Associations:  Los Angeles Bar Association, Orange County Bar Association, Southern Orange County Regional Chamber of Commerce, Texas Young Lawyers Association, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association's General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division, Lawyers Helping Lawyers, Solo Attorney Practitioner's Forum     PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS  Texas Wesleyan University Law School, Law Review Article: Developing an International Space Agency Versus Designating the United States as the Marshall for the Regulation of Outer Space for Peaceful Purposes  Published research in Federal Jurisdiction 2001, a casebook by Paul George

ANDREA S. LOVELESS

- Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, with honors, Chancellor's Scholar, East Carolina University, 1996

- Rivers Foundation Scholar, 1998

- Mitchell B. Hunt Scholar, 1999

- University Honors, Political Science Departmental Honors, 1999

- Outstanding Senior, graduated in three years, 1999

- American University of Paris, International Law Program in Paris, France; Top Honors, 1999

- Texas Wesleyan University Law School, graduated with Honors, 2003

 

Top 5% of Class,Law Review Articles Editor Regional Trial Advocacy Competition Regional Negotiations Competition Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity Presidential Scholarship winner Graduation Class Speaker

 

BAR ADMISSIONS

Texas 2003

California 2004

U.S. District Court: Southern District of California 2004.

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Los Angeles Bar Association

Orange County Bar Association

Southern Orange County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Texas Young Lawyers Association

Texas Trial Lawyers Association

Generation Change (charity organization)

 

Groups and Associations:

Los Angeles Bar Association, Orange County Bar Association, Southern Orange County Regional Chamber of Commerce, Texas Young Lawyers Association, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association's General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division, Lawyers Helping Lawyers, Solo Attorney Practitioner's Forum

 

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Texas Wesleyan University Law School, Law Review Article: Developing an International Space Agency Versus Designating the United States as the Marshall for the Regulation of Outer Space for Peaceful Purposes

Published research in Federal Jurisdiction 2001, a casebook by Paul George

Andrea Loveless

Andrea S. Loveless is an experienced federal and state civil litigator in Texas and California, whose passionate representation of her clients, exceptional trial presence and technique, and expertise in her fields have led to her clients obtaining large and optimal settlements and verdicts.  Graduating top in her class, on Law Review for Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, now Texas A&M University School of Law, as the 2000 Presidential Scholar, and graduating summa cum laude from East Carolina University as the 1998 Chancellor’s Scholar, Mrs. Loveless thrives on pushing herself to meet and surpass academic challenges.  While attending school, Mrs. Loveless constantly strived to experience various aspects of business and life, including studying international law in France, while also maintaining an acting and modeling career.

With an extensive background in Employment, Civil Rights, and Business Law, combined with various contacts in the entertainment industry and international business and law, Mrs. Loveless was able to start and solidify her own successful law firm at a young age, and currently represents a wide-range of clientele, including such prominent business entities such as National Lampoon, Inc.