Andrew Mark Ferencevych

Andrew Mark Ferencevych

West Trenton, New Jersey
Andrew Ferencevych has been admitted to the New Jersey State and Federal Bar and the New York Bar for several years.  Since joining the firm, Andrew Ferencevych has appeared in both New Jersey state and federal court, as well as many New Jersey municipal courts.  During this time, Andrew Ferencevych has worked on many complex state cases in criminal law.  Andrew Ferencevych has tried a criminal case before a jury, has tried a non-jury civil case, has tried several domestic violence hearings, has sat second chair in criminal trials in both state and federal court, and has participated in many motions to suppress.  Andrew Ferencevych has composed many briefs to the Superior Court and the Appellate Division which resulted in the reversal of convictions, suppression of evidence, or dismissal of indictments.  Andrew Ferencevych has successfully prepared motions to terminate Megan’s Law (RCNL) registration requirements.  Prior to joining the firm, Andrew Ferencevych clerked for the Honorable Edward M. Neafsey, J.S.C. in the Mercer County Superior Court, Law Division, Criminal Part for the 2010-11 judicial clerk court term. 

Areas of Practice

  • New Jersey Criminal Law
  • Federal Criminal Law
  • Appellate/Post-Conviction Relief Practice
  • Sex Crimes/Megan’s Law
  • Municipal Court Law
  • Municipal Appeals
  • Constitutional Law
  • Civil Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey, 2010
  • U.S. District Court District of New Jersey, 2011
  • New York, 2011


  • Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey - 2010
    • Law Journal: Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law, Associate Editor and Co-Symposium Editor
  • The College of New Jersey
    • B.A. - 2007
    • Major: History

Honors and Awards

  • 2009 Nathan Burkan Memorial Copyright Law Writing Competition-National First Prize
  • Seton Hall Law Appellate Advocacy Best Brief, Fall 2009

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Mercer County Bar Member

Past Employment Positions

  • Center for Social Justice, Civil Litigation Clinic, Seton Hall Law (Jan. 2010-Apr. 2010)