Andrew specialises in litigation and has extensive experience working with government clients across many different areas. Most of his work is in administrative and regulatory proceedings.
In 2018, Andrew won the Government category at the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards.
Andrew advises and appears for government clients in contested matters in state and federal courts and tribunals.
Andrew primarily works with Commonwealth and NSW government departments, agencies and authorities.
Andrew graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws with honours from Macquarie University in 2011. In 2009, he graduated from the part-time first appointment course at Royal Military College into the Royal Australian Infantry.
Having completed his university studies, Andrew deployed as part of Operation Astute to Timor-Leste, where he served as the commander of a rifle platoon from 2011-2012. Having returned from operational service, Andrew worked at the Federal Circuit Court as the associate to Judge Sylvia Emmett while continuing to serve in the Army Reserve.
Andrew plays guitar and drums and is a keen outdoorsman—he particularly enjoys bushwalking and mountain biking. He is an enthusiastic but rubbish skier. In his free time, he sneaks treats to his golden retriever while his wife pretends not to notice.