There's a distinguishable difference between a lawyer who is passionate about his clients, and one that sees what he does as "just a job." As a relatively new lawyer in Wichita, KS, I aim to distinguish myself by making sure my clients know I'm the former. My clients receive nothing less than my full attention, and benefit from the passion I bring to every case I work. Learning about all of my clients is important to me, and now here's your chance to get to know your future legal counsel.
I graduated from Ave Maria Law School in 2013, finishing in the top 25% of my class. Prior to that I attended Wichita State University where I received my undergraduate in Philosophy. While in law school I had the opportunity to intern at the United States District Court, District of Kansas under the Honorable Judge Eric Melgren. Additionally, I took advantage of a one year internship studying immigration law under Samuel Blanco, Esq. All of these experiences helped prepare me for starting my own practice here in my hometown of Wichita, KS.
I am also an active member of various groups including the Wichita Bar Association, Wichita Young Lawyers Bar Association, Kansas Bar Association, the Knights of Columbus, the Chamber of Commerce, and Young Professionals of Wichita.
The Man Beneath the Suit
I love music. When I'm not in the office, I enjoy playing the guitar, drums, harmonica, and the mandolin...a lot. I'm very passionate about the well being of Wichita, and I believe that it's important to use the gifts you've received to give back to the community, so I've been known to play for charity events at House of Hope (http://www.houseofhopewichita.com).
I guess you could say I'm what you'd call the "outdoorsy" type. "Outdoorsy" meaning I own a Jeep and like to hunt - that counts, right? If you've read this far, I really look forward to hearing from you and discussing whatever your legal needs may be. Until then, take care and God Bless.
- Andrew Rowe, Esq.