I am the owner of The Lacy Employment Law firm, LLC, which specializes in worker's rights as well as civil rights. Prior to opening my law firm, I worked for one of the largest international law firms in the world.
I also took a sabbatical from large law firm life to complete a clerkship with the Honorable Cathy Bissoon in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
I tried my first federal jury trial to verdict at age 26. With that victory, I became one of the youngest lawyers to win a federal civil rights trial.
During my career, I have taken dozens of depositions, tried multiple cases to verdict, and have handled appeals.
The skills I learned while working at a large international law firm (“Biglaw”), help me do just that.
I am a graduate of Cornell Law School. There, I was on the Dean’s List my first semester, an honor given to the top 30% of the class.
I also served as the academic advisor in the Black Law Student Association (BLSA).
I graduated from Washington and Jefferson College, cum laude, with my degree in Political Science.
Founding Attorney Andrew Lacy, Jr. Esq. created The Lacy Employment Law Firm, LLC to serve people, not corporations.