After completing pupillage under the supervision of James Ewins, Duncan Brooks and Alexander Thorpe, Andrew now practices in all areas of family law including financial, children and domestic violence cases.
Prior to starting pupillage Andrew worked as a paralegal in a leading firm of solicitors dealing with crime, extradition and prison law and he has a particular interest in family law cases that feature allegations of criminal behaviour.
Andrew is an enthusiastic proponent of pro bono law and has gained additional experience doing cases with the Bar Pro Bono Unit and Free Representation Unit both during and after pupillage.
Before coming to the Bar, Andrew gained commercial experience working in market research, evaluating and presenting survey data and enjoys the chance to apply these analytical skills in a legal context where appropriate.
Appointments and MembershipsFLBA
Bar Pro Bono Unit
EducationPhilosophy, Politics and Economics, Merton College, Oxford University
GDL & BPTC, City Law School, London
Denning Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn
Buchanan Prize for achieving Outstanding on the BPTC, Lincoln’s Inn
Hardwicke Entrance Award, Lincoln’s Inn.
PersonalAndrew has previously worked as an English teacher in China and enjoys attempting, mostly unsuccessfully, to recreate Asian cuisine at home.
In his spare time Andrew regularly plays for a hockey team in South West London.