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 2017 and Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide 2017 for professional negligence and travel, international personal injury with clients commenting that
"He will work tirelessly to find an angle in a case and make it work for the client."
“His ability to turn work around is incredible, he’s very good at coming back with quick and considered certainty, and he’s also a very commercial individual.”
“Andrew is organised, approachable and has a great knowledge of travel claims, which has delivered some excellent results.”
“He has terrific client care skills; he’s always available to assist and nothing is ever too much trouble.”
“I really like how he interacts with judges in court cases. He’s bright and personable.”
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.