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Introduction

Andrew joined Chambers in 2020 from an in-house role with HMRC working in civil fraud and tax with particular expertise in insolvency and proceeds of crime litigation, including freezing injunctions and search orders. Andrew qualified in Australia in 2013 where he practiced largely in crime and child protection for Victoria Legal Aid.

Since joining Chambers, Andrew has acted across the range of Chambers work in family (public and private matters), employment, property and personal injury. Andrew has a particular interest in civil fraud and insolvency.

When time permits, he enjoys food and wine, playing golf and discovering new music and writers.

Business and Property Law

Andrew accepts instructions in relation to housing disrepair, occupiers’ liability and possession claims. Andrew also accepts instructions in all manner of contractual disputes, including domestic building disputes and consumer claims. Recently, he was instructed in relation to a claim for misrepresentation brought under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.


Areas of Expertise

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Qualifications & Appointments

  • BA (Hons)/LLB (Monash)
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
  • Bar Transfer Test
  • Australian Lawyer (December 2013)

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