Andrew T. Parsinitz, Esquire graduated from Temple University in 2010. While in college, Andrew was a member of the Temple University Marching Band and traveled the country with the Temple University NCAA Basketball Pep Band. Immediately following his undergraduate education, Andrew entered the casino industry working for one of the world’s largest casino gaming corporations. After achieving many successes in the gaming industry, Mr. Parsinitz pursued his lifelong aspiration of becoming an attorney.
Mr. Parsinitz began studying law at Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law in 2014 as a member of the school’s inaugural Accelerated JD program. Andrew attended the Thomas R. Kline School of law on a Rising Advocate Merit Scholarship; the law school’s most prestigious merit scholarship. During his tenure at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Andrew participated in a co-op with the New Jersey Attorney General’s Division of Gaming Enforcement located in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Mr. Parsinitz was also selected to be a participant in the one-year long Drexel University Civil Litigation Clinic, which is partnered with Philadelphia Legal Assistance’s Family Law Unit. During his time with Philadelphia Legal Assistance and acting as a Certified Legal Intern, Mr. Parsinitz represented underprivileged clients in family law matters including custody and protection from abuse proceedings. Mr. Parsinitz graduated from Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree in 2016.
Following law school, Mr. Parsinitz accepted a clerkship position for the Honorable Owen C. McCarthy in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Monmouth County. Upon completing his clerkship, Mr. Parsinitz began working as a law clerk for the law firm of Davis & Mendelson. Mr. Parsinitz was admitted to the Bar in the State of New Jersey in 2018.
Andrew is engrained in the Camden County community. When not practicing law, Andrew enjoys spending time with his family in their Gibbsboro home. Andrew was brought up through the Gibbsboro School system. Thereafter, Andrew attended Eastern Regional High School, where he met his wife in the Eastern Regional High School Marching Band. Mr. Parsinitz now enjoys giving back to his community as a member of the Gibbsboro Board of Education. Andrew also enjoys playing his bass trombone as a member and soloist with the Salem County Brass Society.