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Andreea T. SharkeyView Bio as PDF

Andreea Sharkey focuses her practice in litigation with an emphasis in insurance litigation, personal injury defense, general liability claims and product liability.

Andreea has assisted a variety of clients in litigation and advising capacities by focusing on finding creative solutions to complicated problems. She has experience in all stages of litigation including, pre-trial strategy, motion practice, written discovery, depositions and trial.

Andreea graduated from Washington University School of Law in 2017. During law school, she served as Co-Chair of the Pro Bono Committee, member of the Public Service Advisory Board and was a part the Women’s Law Caucus. While completing her law degree, Andreea also worked as a law clerk for a local firm assisting with a variety of litigation matters. She is a member of the Clayton Leadership Class of 2018-2019 with the Clayton Chamber of Commerce and supports local community organizations. 

Admissions

  • Missouri
  • USDC, Eastern District of Missouri
  • USDC, Western District of Missouri

Education

  • Washington University in St. Louis, J.D., 2017
  • St. John’s University, B.A. History & Government, summa cum laude, 2014

Memberships & Activities

  • Clayton Chamber of Commerce
    • Leadership Class, 2018-2019
  • Missouri Bar Association
  • Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers

News & Events

Andreea Sharkey Joins St. Louis Office of Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice

04.08.19 | Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice is pleased to welcome Andreea Sharkey to the firm's St. Louis office, where she will focus her practice in defending insurance, personal injury, general liability and product liability litigation.

Blog Posts

Dangerous Advertising: Violations of a fair trade practices statute creates new liability for firearm manufacturers and sellers

04.04.19 | Connecticut Supreme Court rules that the federal Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act does not bar a lawsuit brought by shooting victims' families against a manufacturer, under the state's fair trade practices act, challenging sales practices surrounding the sale of semi-automatic weapons.