Andrew Wong > Keystone Law > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Keystone Law
48 CHANCERY LANE
LONDON
WC2A 1JF
England

Work Department

Licensing Lawyer

Position

Andrew is an established top tier rated licensing lawyer and has developed a following of renowned restaurants, bars, clubs, hotels, art galleries and museums. His clients include Tate Galleries, Chiltern Firehouse, Gaucho, Busaba, Barworks, and Alan Yau. Where firms do not have a licensing department, they regularly ask Andrew to advise their clients on the best licensing strategy.

Andrew has worked on some of the highest-profile cases and always aims to secure licenses without the need for an appeal. He excels in managing large portfolios for clients and helping them to expand across the UK.

Career

2016Keystone Law Consultant Solicitor
2015-2016Gordon Dadds Partner
2001-2015Jeffrey Green Russell Ltd | Partner
2003Qualified as a solicitor

Lawyer Rankings

London > Crime, fraud and licensing > Licensing

(Hall of Fame)

Andrew WongKeystone Law

With ‘great experience and skill’, the licensing specialists at Keystone Law handle a broad range of matters concerning alcohol and gambling, alfresco dining, and live music rights. Barrister Gareth Hughes has a wealth of experience securing complex licences in highly controlled areas such as Shoreditch, Westminster,  and Camden, and has a significant planning practice. The ‘outstanding’ Andrew Wong advises on large-scale development projects in central London, such as Borough Yard. Highly experienced advocate Niall McCann is notable for his tactical approach to contentious licensing issues, and Marcus Lavell deals with nightclubs and bars in Stress Areas with Cumulative Impact Policies. Robert Sutherland works with operators and landlords, regularly licensing prestigious concert venues, music festivals, and sporting events, while James Daglish is a leisure and hospitality sector expert with a specialism in the emerging CBD market.