Andrew Rohe is a native of Dallas, Texas. He graduated from Bishop Lynch High School located in East Dallas. He then went on to pursue two Bachelors of Science degrees in Political Science and Spanish from Texas Tech University. During his time at Texas Tech, he had the opportunity to study abroad in Seville, Spain during his senior year. It was during this time that Mr. Rohe was able to hone his skills in the Spanish language and the reason he is bilingual to this date.
After finishing his undergraduate work, Mr. Rohe attended St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida. During his time in law school, Mr. Rohe worked with and in several law office settings. After realizing his interest in immigration law upon completion of his immigration law class, Mr. Rohe worked with the Law Office of Dahlia Walker-Huntington where he put his legal writing skills to work preparing Waivers of Inadmissibility for Mrs. Walker-Huntington’s immigration clients. When he finished his internship with Mrs. Walker-Huntington’s office, he was able to work with the Broward County State Attorney’s Office as a Certified Legal Intern, a program that allows law students to practice law after application to the Florida Bar and under the supervision of a Senior Attorney. It was in this setting that he grew a greater understanding of and an interest in the criminal justice system. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Rohe graduated from law school with his Juris Doctor.
He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2011 after passing the Florida bar exam on his first attempt. He began working with Kelley Kronenberg, a Fort Lauderdale-based national law firm, in 2010 while he awaited admission to the Florida Bar. It was there where he dedicated his time to workers’ compensation/insurance defense, representing insurance companies and employers defending workers’ compensation/injury claims. He also worked with multinational corporations handling the defense of Jones Act and Longshore and Harbor Workers Act claims. After a little over a year, Mr. Rohe moved to Hernandez, Hicks, and Valois to complete a short stint as an associate also in workers’ compensation/insurance defense.
In 2012, Mr. Rohe was called to return home to Texas. Since that time, he has been assisting individuals and families in navigating the confusing, and sometimes frustrating, world of immigration law by providing services in the following areas: Family and Employment-based immigrant visas, non-immigrant visas, adjustment of status, waivers, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, removing holds, etc. Additionally, Mr. Rohe has a passion for the plaintiffs’ side of injury law. He represent clients in car accidents, truck accidents, and slip and falls, along with other general liability and property loss claims.
In his free time, Andrew loves spending time with his wife, Elizabeth, playing with his two dogs Darley and Faith, exploring the outdoors through hiking, fishing, hunting, adventure sports, and traveling.
St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami Gardens, Florida
Juris Doctor May 2010
Honors: 2x Dean’s List, Intercultural Human Rights Law Review (Member), Moot Court (Member).
Activities: Environmental Law Society (President, 2009-2010).
Study Abroad: Comparative Law and International Criminal Law, St. Thomas University, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Spain (Summer 2008).
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and Spanish (pre-law emphasis) May 2007
Honors: Dean’s list (4 semesters).
Activities: Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law fraternity (Secretary, 2006; Philanthropy Chair, 2005).
Study Abroad: International Spanish Internship, Maymen Libreria, Sevilla, Spain (Fall 2006).
Guerrero Law Offices, Dallas, TX
Attorney January 2013 – Present
Assisting Clients multiple areas including, but not limited to, Injury Law: car accidents, truck accidents, and slip and falls, along with other general liability and property loss claims, Immigration law: Family-based immigrant visas, non-immigrant visas, adjustment of status, hardship waivers, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (aka the Dream Act), removing holds, etc.
Hernandez, Hicks, & Valois, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Associate Attorney December 2011 – May 2012
Represented employers and insurance carriers in defense of Florida Workers’ Compensation claims, responsible for researching legal issues and writing legal documents, performed discovery, drafted pleadings, prepared claim/settlement evaluations, attended witness depositions, prepared for and attended administrative hearings including state and private mediations, and negotiated claim settlements.
Kelly Kronenberg, et al., Lake Worth/Fort Lauderdale, FL
Associate Attorney October 2010 – December 2011
Represented employers and insurance carriers in defense of Florida Workers’ Compensation, Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act, and Defense Base Act claims, and managed litigation from initiation to completion of workers’ compensation claims, including application of the aforementioned skills and duties as accomplished with Hernandez, Hicks, & Valois.
Manno & Dinnerstein, P.A., Sunrise, FL
Law Clerk February 2010 – May 2010
Drafted pleadings, motions, notices, summons, etc., filed drafted documents, organized trial folders, assisted attorneys in daily tasks, coordinated communication between attorneys and clients, and attended mediations.
Broward County State Attorney’s Office, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Certified Legal Intern August – December 2009
Researched Florida and Federal criminal law, prepared motion argument and argued motions, organized trial files and prosecuted misdemeanor offenses in Broward County trial court.
Law Offices of Dahlia Walker-Huntington, P.A., Hollywood, FL
Summer Law Clerk May – August 2009
Researched and completed immigration visa waiver packets, developed client relationships and, prepared immigration documents for submission to U.S. Immigration Court.
St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami Gardens, FL
Active Learning Instructor November 2008 – May 2009
Designed learning exercises and tools and provided supplementary tutoring in Tort Law.
Texas District Court 237th Judicial District, Lubbock, Texas
Judicial Intern May – August 2006
Read and analyzed civil law cases, collaborated with law clerks on projects, filled-in as secretary when needed, and witnessed court sessions on a regular basis.
Other Experience available upon request
Languages: English and Conversational Spanish
Computer: Proficient in LexisNexis, Westlaw, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, WordPerfect,
PracticeMaster, and Client Profiles.