About Andrew Maberry
Andrew Maberry is a Louisiana native, having been born and raised in Shreveport. After high school, he moved to Baton Rouge and attended Louisiana State University, where he graduated with a degree in communication studies in 2012. After graduation, he started his professional career in property management working in student housing.
In 2014, Andrew moved to New Orleans and began pursuing a career in law. He briefly worked as a legal assistant until he realized his ultimate goal was to become an attorney. Within a year he was accepted into Loyola University New Orleans, College of Law. While in law school, he strived to use his education to help others, clerking for legal aid offices through the Gillis Long Summer Internship Program. In his third year of law school, Andrew worked all year as a student practitioner in the Loyola Law Clinic. He eventually graduated from law school in May of 2019, with a certificate in Social Justice, and was chosen as the Social Justice Fellow for Loyola Law School.
After passing the bar exam in July 2019, he got licensed in October of 2019 and began working as a staff attorney at Southeast Louisiana Legal Services. Here, Andrew defended low-income renters in eviction court throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and helped bring awareness to the ongoing housing crisis in America.
Andrew Maberry and his spouse live in Metairie with their two dogs. In his spare time, you will find Andrew dancing at concerts and music festivals such as voodoo and jazz fest. He also enjoys attending Broadway shows at the Saenger Theatre. When he is not doing any of those things, you will certainly find him in his kitchen cooking.