Andrew focuses on all aspects of IT transactional work for both customers and suppliers advising those in the public and private sector. He has previously spent time on secondments at global IT consultancies, ‘big-four’ accountants, large software houses, small start-ups and central government departments. This has heightened his strong focus on speedy client-centric delivery aligned with technical excellence. Andrew is described in the Chambers UK guide as a key individual who "inspires confidence with his quick thinking and commercial mind" and is "a personable lawyer who knows how to give pragmatic advice," In 2012 he won the International Law Office's UK IT ‘Client Choice’ Award. Andrew is the editor of the ‘Computer Contracts’ chapter of Sweet & Maxwell’s “Practical Commercial Precedents” and a contributory author to “Electronic Government: Law and Practice”. He has also recently contributed articles to PLC, the Computer Law and Security Review and others.