Andrew Bartlett QC

Biography

Andrew Bartlett QC is Head of Crown Office Chambers. His practice has a strong bias towards cases with technical elements or insurance issues. His fields of work as an advocate or an arbitrator include insurance policy disputes, construction and engineering claims, professional negligence, commercial contracts, and product liability.

Andrew has been recognized as 'Leader at the Bar' by Chambers & Partners 2012 and is described as 'Leading Silk' by The Legal 500 2011 in the areas of insurance, construction, professional negligence, arbitration and adjudication and costs.

Andrew is the General Editor of Emden's Construction Law. He is the author of numerous articles and teaches the TECBAR adjudication course. Andrew undertakes seminars for Bar associations, solicitor's firms and others.

Year Qualified

1974

Year appointed QC

1993

Education

BA (Hons), Oxford University

Memberships

Bencher of Middle Temple, Chairman of TECBAR 2007-2010, Head of Crown Office Chambers from 2009

Qualification

Judge of the First-tier Tribunal (General Regulatory Chamber), Deputy High Court Judge, Judge of the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber, Administrative Appeals Chamber), FCI Arb 1988, Adjudicator accredited by TeCSA and TECBAR, Chartered Arbitrator