Mr. Gross began his legal career at civil litigation firm dedicated to helping the victims of juvenile lead poisoning, before becoming an Assistant State’s Attorney in Baltimore City. From there, he joined the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, and was assigned to various locations around the United States, where he advised military leaders at all levels. He also had the opportunity to represent Soldiers in front of numerous Courts-Martial and Administrative Proceedings. Upon leaving the Army, Mr. Gross joined a medium-sized civil litigation firm in Towson before taking the opportunity to return to where he started as a law clerk. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Mr. Gross left that firm to start the Law Office of Andrew P. Gross.
Born in Texas, but raised in Munich, Germany, Mr. Gross has called Maryland home for the past 20 years. He graduated from High School in Columbia, Maryland, before going on to college at St. Mary’s College of Maryland and law school at the University of Baltimore School of Law. He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, Bar Association of Baltimore City, Baltimore County Bar Association, Maryland Association for Justice, and National Organization for Veteran’s Advocates. He is licensed to practice in Maryland and the District of Columbia, and is accredited to represent Veterans before the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
Mr. Gross’ passion for representing Veterans and their families is personal. Not just is he advocating those he shares a connection with, but helping Veterans access the benefits they've earned is incredibly rewarding.
Mr. Gross’ free time is spent with his wife and daughters in North Baltimore. He is on the Board of Reveille Grounds, and a Major in the Maryland Army National Guard.