Justine F. Andronici is an attorney, advocate, victims rights activist and feminist. She has devoted her career to advocating for social justice and working to empower victims of injustice while holding perpetrators and the institutions that enable them accountable.
A nationally recognized attorney and advocate for the rights of women, people of color and survivors of sexual assault, sexual abuse and domestic violence, Andronici has spent her career fighting for victims to be treated with the respect they deserve. Her practice focuses on advising and representing clients as they consider and pursue legal remedies available to victims of sexual assault and abuse and employment discrimination including civil legal remedies, criminal investigations and university disciplinary proceedings and investigations.
Andronici's unique combination of legal, advocacy, and communications experience allows her to provide her clients with the exceptional service they need to navigate all aspects of their cases.
Andronici regularly provides media commentary on national and local television, radio and print media on matters related to women's rights and victims rights. She has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, to discuss issues relevant to victims rights and women's rights.
Andronici's work has earned her numerous awards and honors. She speaks regularly on victims rights issues and serves as a consultant to organizations and other lawyers on how to effectively address the unique needs of survivors within the criminal and civil legal system.
Andronici represented 9 victims of the Jerry Sandusky/Penn State child sexual abuse case and fought hard to ensure that these survivors, were treated with respect and dignity in the media as well as in the legal system.
"We are all indebted to those who come forward to help make our communities safe and to address injustice. I am inspired by the strength and courage of the clients I serve and I am proud to stand with them."
In the News Highlights
Attorney Andronici works with advocates and victims to confront gaps in PSU Title IX Compliance (Daily Collegian) April 23, 2015
2 years after Sandusky scandal broke, changes made, but more needed, advocates say
(Centre Daily Times, 11/10/13)
Advocates urge attention, education at domestic violence awareness forum
(Centre Daily Times, 10/3/13)
Ms. Andronici Discusses Freeh Report Findings
on CNN's AC360