Regularly appears in court on all matters relating to children in the private, public and international sphere. Andrew is a composed, practical and dynamic advocate.
Year of Call: 2008
University of Manchester (BSocSc Social Anthropology First Class)
University of Leeds (LLM Merit)
BPP Law School (BVC)
Bedingfield Scholarship (Gray's Inn) 2007
Mooting Finalist University of Leeds 2006
Consitutional Law Essay Prize (University of Leeds) 2005
The Professor Max Gluckman Prize (University of Manchester - Awarded for Highest First Class Degree)
Andrew has appeared on his own in all levels of court including the Court of Appeal. He specialises in all areas of family law relating to children (private, public and international). He has been led in the High Court and in the Court of Appeal in public law and child abduction matters. Solicitors and lay clients find that he adopts an approachable and personable style.
Andrew has a particular interest in the law relating to surrogacy and the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008. He also has experience appearing in the Court of Protection, and is keen to expand his practice in this area of law.
Andrew was elected as an FLBA committee member in November 2011.
Outside work, Andrew enjoys running and cycling. Prior to coming to the Bar he read Social Anthropology at university obtaining the highest first class degree in his year.
Association of Lawyers for Children
South Eastern Circuit
Re C (A Child) (2012)
 EWCA Civ 1281
H (A Child) 
 EWCA Civ 913