Andrew was admitted to legal practice in 1989 and is an accredited criminal law specialist ever since 1995. He is a former chairperson of the Buoyancy Drug Foundation and was one of the people who established Papua New Guinea's first community legal service. Andrew is a partner at Doogue O'Brien George Defence Lawyers. Some of his most serious cases include the Reserve Bank of Australia bribery case and the Kerang Level Crossing crash. Andrew continues to appear as an advocate in all Victorian courts, representing the interests of an accused and ensuring that everyone is afforded a fair trial with competent criminal defence.
Legal matters are complex and require thorough and immediate attention with guidance from an experienced criminal lawyer. Given Andrew's commitment to the rights of an accused and his extensive experience as an advocate, he would be a great choice to handle any criminal case.