Andrea Bopp Stark graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1991 and obtained her Juris Doctorate and Masters of Social Work from Boston College in 1997. She is currently a partner of Molleur Law Office.
Andrea is admitted to practice law in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts and is a Member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates, Maine Bar Association Consumer & Financial Institution Law Section, and Maine Attorneys Saving Homes. From 2000 to 2007, Andrea worked as an attorney for the Legal Alliance of Northeast Massachusetts, providing advocacy in the Elderly, Benefits, Housing, and Consumer Law units. She was also the Brooks Consumer Law Fellow through the National Consumer Law Center from 2006 to 2007. Andrea joined Molleur Law Offices in January 2008.
For the past twelve years, Andrea has dedicated her work to helping homeowners save their homes through loan modifications, foreclosure defense, and consumer litigation. She is also a strong advocate for consumers who are being harassed by debt collectors. Andrea has brought cases against large and small creditors and banks in the bankruptcy court for attempts to collect on a debt that was discharged in bankruptcy, in federal court for unfair trade practices and unfair credit reporting, and in state courts for debt collection harassment, creditor negligence, and foreclosure defense.
Andrea recently began teaching an Introduction to Consumer Rights Litigation practicum course at Boston College Law School where she will share her knowledge of consumer rights litigation with future consumer rights attorneys.