Originally from the United Kingdom, Andrew has lived in the Cayman Islands since 1997. He is a Cayman Islands Attorney with 30 years’ professional experience in commercial litigation and insolvency, and retired from full-time practice in March 2019.
After studying Modern & Medieval Languages at Cambridge, Andrew trained and qualified as a lawyer, working for 10 years with leading international firm Freshfields (now Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) in their London and Brussels offices, including a year on secondment to the Bank of England.
Andrew moved to Cayman to join the litigation and insolvency team of Appleby’s predecessor firm Hunter & Hunter. He became a partner of the firm in 1999 and played a significant part in its 2004 merger with Appleby, Spurling & Kempe of Bermuda. Upon the further expansion of the firm by merger with a Jersey firm in 2006, Andrew became Appleby’s Global Head of Litigation and Insolvency and continued to hold that position until his retirement in March 2019.