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Andrew Warnock QC
Year Of Call: 1993
Andrew specialises in public authority claims with a particular expertise in claims involving: social services, education, child abuse, human rights and the police; professional negligence and other insurance related claims; personal injury claims with particular experience of claims involving psychiatric injury and duty of care issues.
He took silk in 2012 and is recommended as a new silk in the fields of Police Law, Education, Local Government, Personal Injury and Professional Negligence in Chambers & Partners in which he is a described as "a real high flyer" who provides "pragmatic advice in sensitive child abuse cases" and is "in very high demand". His ability to establish a rapport with all parties is praised which, coupled with his impressive intellect, means that "he can handle aggressive opponents with ease". "A highly articulate performer who is strong on the law" and "never lets you down", he is a "good cross-examiner" and "has the capacity for coming up with novel ways to defend claims". He is also listed as a new silk in the fields of Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Clinical Negligence, Education, Personal Injury and Professional Negligence in The Legal 500 in which he is described as "a very effective advocate" with an "absolute command of papers and the detail within which produces a unique and confident style of advocacy".
Andrew is authorised to accept instructions under the Public Access Scheme and is a contributor to 'Local Authority Liability' 4th Edition (Morrell and Foster).
- Clinical Negligence
- Contract and Commercial
- Personal Injury
- Professional Discipline and Regulation
- Professional Negligence
- Public and Administrative
- London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association
- Personal Injuries Bar Association
- Professional Negligence Bar Association