Andrew Loewy joined Rudolph Clarke after graduating from Widener University School of Law.

Andrew was born in New York City and moved to Bucks County, PA at an early age where he has resided ever since. Being the son of an immigrant from a communist regime in Eastern Europe, Andrew came to appreciate the freedoms and liberties that are afforded to citizens here in the United States. Hearing his father’s stories about growing up in a communist country where property confiscation was rampant and one’s voting rights and individual liberties were non-existent, left a big impression on Andrew and influenced his interests in the power of law with respect to its impact on people’s lives. Andrew always had an interest in government and politics which inspired him to pursue a career in law. During his time as an undergraduate student at Muhlenberg College, Andrew majored in political science and was a Congressional intern for the late Congressman Michael G. Fitzpatrick. After graduating from Muhlenberg, Andrew attended Widener University School of Law where he received his juris doctorate degree.

Andrew finds it rewarding to help guide clients in the right direction and make a positive impact in the community.

Aside from the law, Andrew has a particular interest in international affairs, especially regarding the Middle East. He has written on legal, political, and geostrategic issues confronting the Middle East and has had some of his works published in The Jerusalem Post.