Andrew Kendall

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Practice Areas
General crime: sexual offences, violent and public order offences, drugs, dishonesty and fraud offences and money laundering. Disciplinary tribunals, regulatory law (including trading standards, health and safety and planning law prosecutions) and prosecutions pursuant to the Environmental Protection Act 1990. Coroner's Court proceedings (Inquests and treasure trove).

Andrew read Law and French at Cardiff University, graduating with an upper second-class honours degree in 2009. As part of his degree, Andrew studied law at l’Université de Picardie Jules Verne in Amiens, France. He undertook the Bar Vocational Course at Cardiff Law School, and was graded ‘Very Competent’.

Prior to commencing pupillage at Apex Chambers, Andrew gained valuable experience of Capital homicide cases by volunteering at the Gulf Region Advocacy Center in Houston, Texas, providing assistance to individuals awaiting execution on death row. Andrew also worked as an appropriate adult for HAFAL and as a paralegal for both DAC Beachcroft and AXA Insurance.

Andrew’s pupil supervisors were John Ryan and Lucy Crowther.

General Crime

Andrew has appeared for both prosecution and defence in a wide range of cases in the Magistrates’ Court and the Crown Court. His practice has included prosecuting a significant variety of cases for the Crown Prosecution Service, including violent and sexual offences. He has also defended clients charged with violent offences and racially aggravated public order offences.
Andrew has appeared on behalf of multiple local authorities in cases involving noise abatement notices, taxi licensing, anti-social behaviour orders and prosecutions under the Social Security Administration Act 1992.

Andrew is a member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and the Criminal Bar Association.