Andrew N. Notaristefano
EDUCATIONTemple University Beasley School of Law, cum laude
University of Delaware, magna cum laude
COURT ADMISSIONSSupreme Court of Pennsylvania
Middle District of Tennessee
Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
Andrew Notaristefano is an experienced litigator. He has tried 70 juries to verdict, half of them murder cases. Andrew was an Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia County, a Senior Deputy Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and an Assistant United States Attorney in the Middle District of Tennessee. Andrew has consistently been entrusted with the most complex and high profile cases.
In 2015, Andrew was honored with the Philadelphia Coalition for Victim Advocacy with the Lynne Abraham Award, formerly titled the Philadelphia Prosecutor of the Year Award. Andrew secured the only first degree murder verdict by jury for a child victim in Philadelphia in the last seventeen years. He also tried the oldest case in Philadelphia history–a 38-year-old murder–and secured a first degree murder conviction.
Andrew’s clients benefit from his experience, inside perspective, and knowledge. His 16 years as a litigator gives him crucial insight into the legal system and an understanding of longterm strategies in case development. Andrew helps his clients navigate the complexities of litigation, as he is quick to anticipate issues and gets ahead of problems.
In his free time, Andrew is an avid landscape photographer and enjoys spending time with his dog.
Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel