Andrea Chase, M.S., J.D.

October 21, 2015


Andrea graduated Cum Laude from San Diego State University with a BA degree in Psychology in 2002. Shortly after marriage and becoming a mother to her twin children in 2005, she graduated with a MS degree in Educational Counseling from National University in 2007, a JD degree and honorable recipient of the Kaplan Legal Service Award, Sue Lane Award, and Duane Hurt Award from Concord Law School in January 2016.  Currently, Andrea is working toward her Ph.D. in Forensic Psychology specializing in Victomology, the study of crime victims and the psychological effects of being a victim.  Andrea will be focusing on victims of child abuse and maltreatment, as well as victims of domestic violence.

Andrea enjoys volunteering with Legal Aid of East TN, and is passionate about community service and helping those in need. After several months of volunteer service, Andrea was asked to be the Interim Executive Director of CASA of Bradley County, and oversaw the care of over 350 cases of abused and neglected children.  Throughout her service at CASA, she was a passionate advocate for the children she served. Andrea would spend countless hours investigating, interviewing, and ultimately fighting to insure that the child’s best interests were advocated in the courtroom.

Andrea completed 46 hours of mediation training at Professional Dispute Resolution Services in Chattanooga, and she will be using her education and experience in psychology, child development, special educations, counseling, high conflict divorce, custody disputes, domestic violence and jurisprudence for those that may not be able to afford traditional legal and family support services as the  Co-Executive Director of Solomon Family Solutions.

Andrea’s Curriculum Vitae is viewable at her personal website.