Andrea C. Kramer
Lecturer on Law
A magna cum laude graduate of Wellesley College and Harvard Law School, Andrea Kramer is an experienced litigator who currently concentrates her practice on contract disputes, business torts, noncompetition agreements, and employment law cases. Her most recent major victories include obtaining summary judgment in a disability discrimination case in federal court, obtaining a preliminary injunction in a non-competition agreement case involving a sales engineer in a high-tech company, and defeating a summary judgment motion in an earn-out case, against the current trend in that area of law. Andrea also has an active appellate practice. She recently succeeded in having the Massachusetts Appellate Court reverse a $2.2 million lower court judgment again a nonprofit corporation in an employment discrimination case, and she also authored an amicus brief in the Hancock school funding case then-pending before the Supreme Judicial Court on behalf of Massachusetts 2020, the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, and eleven other co-signers. Andrea currently serves as president of the Massachusetts Women's Bar Association, secretary for the National Center on Time and Learning, co-chair of the YWCA Boston's Elevating Lives Breakfast, and a board member of the National Conference of Women's Bar Associations. Andrea is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, an honorary organization of attorneys, judges, and law professors whose professional, public, and private careers have demonstrated outstanding dedication to their communities and to the highest principles of the legal profession, and has been named one of the Top 50 Women Super Lawyers in Massachusetts. Andrea has taught legal studies classes at Brandeis University and has been a guest lecturer at Boston University School of Law and Harvard Law School.