Andrew Park’s practice primarily focuses on asbestos/toxic tort, business and real property litigation, and general liability matters. Andrew handles all aspects of pre-trial litigation including pleadings, discovery, and law and motion.
Before joining Walsworth, Andrew was a commercial litigation law clerk for a large public utilities company in Southern California. There, he drafted discovery, motions, and trial briefs and assisted attorneys at depositions, hearings, and other proceedings. As a law student, he interned at a live music event production company where he drafted contracts, prepared to file trademarks and other intellectual property protections, and assisted with evaluations regarding major California legislation and its impact on the company. Andrew also served as a law clerk at Public Counsel and advocated on behalf of homeless and low-income clients facing administrative barriers to receiving public benefits. In law school, Andrew participated in the USC Hale Moot Court Honors Program and was a member of USC’s National Moot Court Team.
- Engaged in substantial case preparation work in eviction matters, eventually leading to favorable settlements for tenants.
Andrew graduated from USC Gould School of Law. He served as the social chair of the Asian American Law Students Association (APALSA). Before law school, Andrew attended the University of Southern California, where he majored in Philosophy, Politics, and Law.
In his spare time, Andrew enjoys golfing, traveling to new countries, and following USC sports teams.