Andria Oaks was born and raised in LaPorte, Indiana. The first in her family to attend graduate school, she worked as a waitress, then a technician at Midwest Eye Consultants, while putting herself through college. She worked part time, and attended school full time while maintaining a 3.8 GPA. She graduated with a bachelor’s in Paralegal Studies, a Paralegal of the year award, and Honors in 2015.
Andria attended Valparaiso University School of Law. While there, she assisted professors in teaching legal skills to first year law students as a Dean’s Fellow. She also participated in the International Criminal Court competition at PACE University, and served as the Justice of coaching for the International Moot Court Competition Team. She has clerked for a local circuit court judge, interned with the Porter County Prosecutor, done extensive pro-bono work for the Department of Child Services, and served as a Student Tax Attorney.
Andria Graduated magna cum laude from Valparaiso University School of law, and she is licensed to practice law in the State of Indiana, the Northern District of Indiana, and the Southern District of Indiana. Her spare time is spent with her family and two dogs.