Reverend Monsignor Andrew Anderson

Associate Director for Student Affairs,
Adjunct Professor of Law, and
Director of the Summer-in-Spain Program

B.A., St. Bernard College, 1970
M.Div., St. Vincent de Paul Major Seminary, 1973, cum laude
J.C.B., The Catholic University of America, 1980, cum laude
J.D.L., University of St. Thomas, Rome, 1982, summa cum laude
J.C.D., University of St. Thomas, Rome, 1986, magna cum laude

Ordained in 1974, Msgr. Anderson has served as Judicial Vicar, Metropolitan Tribunal, for the Archdiocese of Miami from 1982-1990 and from 1994 to the present. He also serves as associate director for student affairs, chaplain, and adjunct professor of law at St. Thomas University School of Law. Msgr. Anderson has an extensive teaching background, serving as an instructor for St. Leo’s College, Father Ryan High School, and the Permanent Deacon Program of the Archdiocese of Miami, as well as a visiting professor at Barry University and Marymount College. He has also served as president of the Eastern Region Canon Law Society, chaplain of the Catholic Lawyers’ Guild, Miami, and canonical consultant to the Priest Retirement Plan. As an adjunct faculty member at St. Thomas University School of Law, Msgr. Anderson has taught, among others, Comparative Law, Church-State Relations, and Canon Law.