Dominic Andriacchi, Jr. is a litigation attorney in Michigan. Before becoming an attorney, he received a B.A. in Physical, Health, and Adaptive-Physical Education; taught at two inner-city, at-risk schools; received a Wisconsin teaching certificate; and graduated cum laude from law school in the top 28% of his class. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, learning languages (German at the moment), creating YouTube videos, and posting at his blog at dominicandriacchi.com.
For my longer bio (other than the short third-person bio above) after high-school graduation, I have:
- Played a variety of sports, but mostly football, including being a four-year member of my college team;
- Received a B.A. in Physical Education, Health Education, and Adaptive Physical Education;
- Taught in those subjects at two inner-city at-risk schools; and
- Am licensed to teach those subjects in Wisconsin.
After graduating from college, I received an honors scholarship to go to law school. While there, I:
- Made Dean’s List and Honor Roll multiple times;
- Volunteered at Michigan’s State Appellate Defender Office;
- Law clerked for a Michigan Circuit Court judge;
- Was admitted and interned as a staff attorney at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan in Detroit;
- Drafted wills and durable powers of attorney for indigent individuals; and
- Graduated Cum Laude from in the top 28% of my class.
After graduating, I sat for and passed the Michigan Bar Exam. In November 2012, I was admitted as a practicing attorney in the State Bar of Michigan, which is what I currently do: Dominic F. Andriacchi, P.C.
I also published an e-book on how to succeed during law school. I cover a variety of topics, such as how to learn, how to maintain your health during law school, what to focus on for the tests, etc. Check out my book, Law School Livin’.
- Books, movies, and other media;
- History, primarily warfare (ancient Greek and Roman, the American Civil War, and World War II);
- Language learning;
- the Law;
- Learning (the process);
- Nutrition and exercise;
- Philosophy (mostly Stoic philosophy);
- Writing; and
- Whatever else I’m interested in at the moment.
How to Connect with Me:
There are a variety of ways you can connect with me. Check out the buttons to the right side of the screen that are links to my email, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube accounts.