Listed in Immigration
- 4100 RCA Boulevard Suite 110 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410
- (561) 478-5353
Law School: Vermont Law School (J.D., 2009)
School: McGill University (B.A., 2002)
State/Provincial Admissions: Florida (2011)
Languages: English, Proficient in French
ANDREW W. CLOPMAN is an attorney practicing immigration and nationality law with the Devore Law Group which has offices in West Palm Beach (Palm Beach Gardens), Florida. Mr. Clopman received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 2002 from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, and his Juris Doctor degree in 2009 from Vermont Law School in South Royalton, Vermont, where he also received a Certificate in General Practice. He joined the Devore Law Group in October, 2009, as a Law Clerk, and became an Associate upon his admission to The Florida Bar in February, 2011.
Mr. Clopman’s practice includes a broad range of immigration and nationality matters, including complex matters involving naturalization and citizenship, family-based immigrant visas, waivers of inadmissibility, relief from removal, and immigration benefits for victims of domestic violence and other crimes. He also litigates immigration cases before Immigration and Federal Courts and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Prior to enrolling at Vermont Law School, Mr. Clopman worked as a newspaper reporter and freelance journalist. While in law school, he clerked at the South Royalton Legal Clinic, working on pro bono family law and immigration cases. He also was a Dean’s Fellow, teaching legal writing to first-year law students.
Mr. Clopman was born in Cornwall, Ontario, and raised nearby on the U.S.-Canadian border in Massena, New York. He is proficient in French and is a member of The Florida Bar, the Palm Beach County Bar Association, the Canadian American Bar Association, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
In his spare time, Mr. Clopman enjoys watching and playing ice hockey, taking day trips with his wife, and visiting his family. At home, he likes to cook, read, and spend time with his rescued Labrador retriever-mix, Rondelle, which is the French word for “hockey puck.”