Andrew Roffe is a partner in the law firm of Robinson & Cole and chair of its Administrative Law Group, a cross-disciplinary practice interfacing with all areas of the firm. Its focus is on guiding clients through their interactions with state and local government.
Mr. Roffe has been practicing law in New York City since 1972. He has enjoyed many years of service in varied governmental positions. From 1978 to 1986, he served as Executive Counsel to the speaker of the New York State Assembly. He has also served as the legislative counsel to a former Westchester County executive and as a legislative aide to numerous members of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Mr. Roffe has been a registered lobbyist in New York State since 1988 and maintains offices in New York City and Albany for this purpose.
Mr. Roffe has lectured on governmental affairs and administrative law issues at New York University, Pace University School of Law, State University of New York at Albany, and Columbia University School.
|—||J.D., Columbia Law School|
|—||B.A., Colgate University, History|
|—||New York State Bar Association, 1972 to present|
|—||Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1972 to present|
|—||New York Foundling Hospital, Board of Directors|
|—||New York School for the Deaf, Board of Directors|
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