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Durham, NC 27701
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Andrew was born and raised in the New Jersey suburbs. He first experienced the wonders of North
Carolina when he was stationed at Fort Bragg as a U.S. Army paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne
Division, leaving the Army as a decorated veteran. Following his time in service, he returned to New Jersey
to fulfill his boyhood dream of attending Rutgers University. After graduation, Andrew worked in the
home building industry, handling such complex matters as negotiations, planning, and employee
supervision. During the same period, Andrew volunteered in his community as a firefighter. As part of this
experience, he graduated from the fire academy, and successfully earned a state firefighter license (NJ).
Currently, Andrew enjoys running marathons with his wife and spending time with their children and dogs.
Andrew also enjoys woodworking, farming, and restoring old tractors, as well as being active in the
community and with veterans' organizations.
Andrew is also a regular contributor to websites and blogs aimed at offering general legal information to
the public. To see some of Andrew's contributions: Click Here
Andrew J. Kisala, Attorney
Andrew attended law school at North Carolina Central University's School of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor degree and graduated with honors. Prior
to attending law school, Andrew earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the prestigious Rutgers University, graduating with honors. He
successfully passed the North Carolina bar exam on his first attempt. Many great attorneys take the North Carolina bar exam several times before passing.
-North Carolina State Bar
-Federal District Court in the Middle and Eastern Districts of North Carolina
-Nationally accredited for the preparation, presentation, and prosecution
of claims for veterans benefits before the Department of Veterans Affairs
-North Carolina State Bar association
-Fourteenth Judicial District Bar
-Durham Bar Association
-American Legion Post 7