Year Of Call: 2004
Andrew joined Chambers as a tenant in 2005. He continues to develop his practice in all of Chambers’ key areas with ongoing experience of representing both claimants and defendants. He has particular expertise in professional negligence, personal injury and property matters.
Andrew is recommended in both the Legal 500 2019 and Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide 2019 for professional negligence and travel, international personal injury with clients commenting that
“Intelligent, thorough, practical and approachable.”
“He is very clever, has a firm grasp on the detail and will always go the extra mile in preparing his cases.”
"Very thorough, responds very quickly, and always asks questions which others wouldn't have thought of."
"He is charming, very talented, very hard-working and utterly reliable."
"Excellent in court and an impressive negotiator."
Before training as a barrister Andrew worked as a researcher for a Member of Parliament. He studied politics, philosophy and economics at Oxford and joined the Bar with a scholarship from Gray’s Inn.