Andrea Vasiliou


Andrea joined ITN Solicitors as a solicitor within the Crime Department in January 2020.

Andrea is an accredited police station representative and represents clients at all stages of the criminal investigation and prosecution.

She has experience in litigating cases both in the magistrates court and the crown court and has acted in several high profile cases that have attracted media attention.

She has worked in all areas of criminal defence dealing with every type of case including preparing the defence in Murder, Conspiracies, Firearms, Drugs supply, Serious violence, Fraud, Robbery and Protests.

Andrea is also duty solicitor qualified and undertakes advocacy in the magistrates and youth courts. She is praised for her calm and understanding nature and always seeks the best possible outcome for her clients.

Andrea is also fluent in Greek. 

Prominent Cases

  • R v F (2019) – 18 year old male accused of murdering a drug dealer. Following a 2 month trial, the client was unanimously acquitted of murder at the Old Bailey.

  • R v M (2019) – High profile case - client was a 54 year old male accused of murdering his partner.

  • R v B (2019) – client was a 30 year old woman accused of robbery and blackmail of a 15 year old child. Following a 4 day trial, the client was unanimously acquitted at Wood Green Crown Court.

  • R v A (2019) - client was a high profile music drill artist accused of possession of a knife. Client received a reduced sentence of 4 months imprisonment.

  • R v W & others (2018/2019) – High profile case - 16 year old youth accused of murder. First trial resulted in a hung jury at the Old Bailey.

  • R v J (2018) – client accused of possession with intent to supply class A – leading role – acquitted following a 5 day trial at the Old Bailey.

  • R v S & others (2018) – client charged with conspiracy to steal from a betting shop with 3 others. Excess of 20k was stolen. Client unanimously acquitted following a 2 week trial at Snaresbrook CC.

  • R v G (2018) –  High profile case - triplets accused of conspiracy to possess firearms with intent to endanger life. One piece of identical DNA linked all 3.