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Chambers of Andrew Thomas QC

TOWER 12, BRIDGE STREET, SPINNINGFIELDS, MANCHESTER, M3 3BZ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0161 832 5701
Fax:
Fax 0161 832 0839
DX:
14338 MANCHESTER-1
Email:
Web:
www.lincolnhousechambers.com

Andrew Thomas QC

Tel:
Work 0161 832 5701
Email:
Lincoln House Chambers (Chambers of Andrew Thomas QC)

Position

Also practises at LINENHALL CHAMBERS (Chambers of Wyn Lloyd Jones and Anthony O’Toole) Barrister specialising in crime (including fraud), regulatory, disciplinary and administrative.

Andrew Thomas studied law at the University of Cambridge and completed bar finals at the Inns of Court School of Law in London. He undertook pupillage at Sedan House, Chester (now 1 Stanley Place). He has practised on the Wales and Chester Circuit ever since. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in January 2008, one of only three in the country to do so on the basis of a mixed civil/criminal practice. He was also appointed as a recorder in 2008.

Mr Thomas undertakes civil work principally in the areas of: police law; judicial review; commercial and property contracts; professional negligence; personal injuries. He is recommended in ‘The Legal 500’ for commercial litigation.

Mr Thomas also has a substantial criminal practice particularly in the areas of fraud and homicide. He also undertakes specialist prosecutions on behalf of local authorities, and confiscation proceedings for the regional asset recovery team.

Career

Qualified Gray’s Inn 1989; QC 2008.


Regional Bar : Northern Circuit

Crime

Within: Crime – Leading silks

Andrew Thomas QC - Lincoln House ChambersHe has fantastic attention to detail and great tactical nous.

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Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing

Within: Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing – Leading silks

Andrew Thomas QC - Lincoln House ChambersA top-class advocate with a sharp intellect.

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