Andrew J. Rorvig is a St. Paul lawyer and certified civil trial law specialist who represents injured Plaintiffs in both Minnesota and North Dakota. He served two consecutive terms as President of Summit Hill District 16 Planning Council and is a former Grand Avenue Business Association board member. He, his wife Amanda, and 2 sons live in Crocus Hill.
Andrew, move to the Capitol City in 2002 while working for the Attorney General’s Office and starting law school at Mitchel Hamline College of law. He has lived here ever since and, like many St. Paulites, considers it his adopted home.
Like countless other citizens of the Capitol City, Andrew too has experienced firsthand the frustration that comes with dealing with City Hall. From the pretend illusion of citizen engagement regarding the implementation of parking meters on Grand Avenue some years back, to the constant disregard for black letter land zoning laws by both the Planning Commission and the BZA, to the ever increasing taxes that continue to keep small business from investing in our community, Andrew’s experiences mirror those of many citizens.
Andrew was and is drawn to Saint Paul STRONG because of its shared vision that accountability, transparency, and good government still matter. SPS strives to be the voice that can effectuate the necessary change by combining different people of age, gender, ethnicity, background, talents, and neighborhoods.
Without SPS, the deck is stacked against the common citizens, the tax payers, the voters. Andrew is a proud member of SPS.