Andrea J. Sterling, Attorney at Law

Andrea J. Sterling has a law practice in Montreal, Quebec

Robinson Sheppard Shapiro L.L.P.

This Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Civil Litigation, Insurance Litigation, Transportation Law matters.

Contact Info:

Phone: 514-393-7482
Fax: 514-878-1865
Website: www.rsslex.com

Main Office Location:

800 Place Victoria
Montreal, Quebec
Practice Area
  • Admiralty & Maritime Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Insurance Litigation
  • Transportation Law
English
Qualification

  • Quebec

  • McGill University, Montreal, Bachelors in Civil Law, B.C.L./Common Law, LL.B., 1992; McGill University, Montreal, Bachelors of Arts, 1986; London School of Economics, University of London, London, Masters in Arts, 1987

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