Andrew Kerester is an associate at Goldberg, Miller & Rubin’s New York Office. His practice focuses on automotive negligence, personal injury claims, and insurance coverage matters, including first-party coverage, claim investigation, and no-fault litigation and arbitration.
After earning his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Connecticut, Andrew began his legal career as a paralegal at the United States Department of Justice, Antitrust Division. Andrew earned his Juris Doctor from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. While in law school, Andrew focused on building practical litigation skills through skills-based simulation courses, internships, and Cardozo Law’s Moot Court Honor Society. Andrew also served as an intern for the Federal Trade Commission and the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection, primarily working on consumer protection matters.
While on the Cardozo Law moot court team, Andrew competed as an oralist, coached a competition team, and judged competitions. He also served as a problem editor for the 2021 Cardozo BMI Entertainment and Media Law Moot Court Competition, writing a problem that received high praise from many of the competition’s judges.
When not practicing, Andrew enjoys going to the gym, reading about history, watching and playing basketball, trying new cuisines, taking long walks through the city, playing strategy video games, and spending time with family and friends.