Andrea Dorado is an attorney in the antitrust litigation practice group of Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman, PLLC. Andrea graduated from Boston College in 2014 with a B.A. in Linguistics and earned her J.D. with a concentration in Intellectual Property and Information Law from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021.
Prior to law school, Andrea was a litigation paralegal at O’Melveny and Myers, LLP, where she led other paralegals in several complex jury trial litigations. While in law school, Andrea was an intern at New York State Department of Financial Services where she participated in ongoing investigations of potential violations of the New York banking and financial services laws. Over the course of her law school tenure, Andrea also served as Associate Editor of the Cardozo Law Arts and Entertainment Law Journal, assisted asylum seekers at Sanctuary for Families, co-founded Cardozo’s own Women in Tech Law chapter, and interned for KBL Roche representing video game developers―she values the communities she’s entrusted to protect.
Andrea’s long-term legal pursuits include extensive work in antitrust, privacy, securities, and environmental protection. Andrea believes large companies hold a great deal of influence in our society and she wishes to guide them to do public good. Outside the office, Andrea loves traveling, wine tasting, and exploring the best trails with family and her dog. She also enjoys skiing and trying new foods—just don’t ask her to cook.
- J.D., Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 2021
- B.A., Boston College, 2014
- New York, 1st Department, pending