Andrew P. Stevens is an associate in Sterne Kessler’s Electronics Practice Group.
Andrew has experience in the following technical fields: C++, computer aided design, structural analysis, molecular dynamics simulations, lipid bilayer systems, mechanical corrosion, pressure vessel systems, liquid oxygen systems, applied electrostatics, fluidized bed reactors, lithography, and sentiment analysis.
Before law school, Andrew worked with NASA’s Test and Operations team at Kennedy Space Center. At Kennedy Space Center, he worked in design and fluids engineering. Andrew also worked in several research labs, including a corrosion experimentation lab and two biophysics programming labs.
During law school, Andrew worked with NASA’s Patent Counsel at Kennedy Space Center and a Japanese research and development company. He also served as the Senior Articles Editor of the University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy. In addition to patent law, Andrew has an evidenced passion for constitutional law and space law. Andrew was selected to participate in a seminar course on the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment taught by Associate Justice Clarence Thomas of the U.S. Supreme Court. He has written or contributed to several published articles in the areas of space law, patent law, international law, lipid bilayer systems, sentiment analysis, public policy, and environmental policy. Andrew continues to write in the areas of space law, patent law, and public policy.
Andrew earned a B.A. from the University of South Florida Judy Genshaft Honors College and a J.D., cum laude, from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. While completing his undergraduate degree, Andrew studied physics and political science, with additional coursework in mechanical engineering, mathematics, and chemistry.