Andrew is an advocate specialising in complex crime across a complete spectrum of criminal offences, including serious violence, serious sexual offences and complex fraud. He has undertaken notable civil proceedings in the High Court, including judicial review and case stated appeals. He has also appeared in a number of reported cases in the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) for appeals against conviction and sentence.
In 2016 Andrew was appointed to the Law Society Advocacy Section committee advising on training and engagement for solicitor advocates. He is a Law Society approved trainer for the cross examination of vulnerable witnesses in court.
In 2016 he undertook a round table discussion for the Law Society concerning solicitor advocacy within the justice system.
Andrew has also advised the Criminal Cases Review Commission on appeals against conviction for historic sexual abuse cases, most notably in 2016 advising on fresh medical evidence and guidance of medical examinations of child witnesses.
In 2014, Andrew represented a number of Afghan interpreters seeking asylum who had worked with the British army. He wrote on the subject and was interviewed by the Times, BBC radio and the Law Society Gazette.