ITN's Andrew Morris to speak to the Law Society about Solicitor Advocates applying to be QCs and judges


On 27th February 2020, Andrew Morris will speak at a Law Society Advocacy and Solicitor Judges event. Amongst those speaking are Justice Sarah Falk DBE High Court Judge (Chancery Division) and JAC Commissioner, as well as the President of the Law Society, Simon Davis.

The focus of the event will be to maintain strong links with solicitors who wish to apply to become judges in the future as well as a drive to encourage more solicitor-advocates to apply to become Queens Counsel.

Andrew will be speaking about his journey as a solicitor advocate including his experiences working on some of the varied and challenging criminal cases conducted at ITN Solicitors. He will also discuss and highlight the importance of the vulnerable witness training scheme and the changing landscape of criminal litigation and advocacy.

Andrew is an experienced criminal advocate specialised in defence in complex crime. He is regularly instructed to advise and represent defendants charged with serious offences, including serious violence (GBH/ABH), murder, serious sexual offences and terrorism. 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. 

If you need any advice on any criminal matter please contact us directly on 020 3909 8100 or More information about our criminal department can be found here.

You can sign up to the event here.

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