Andrew Jolly > Slaughter and May > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Slaughter and May

Living Wage

Work Department

Corporate and M&A, Risk and Business Transformation, Sport, Capital Markets and Restructuring and Isolvency.


Andrew is a partner who undertakes a broad range of corporate and corporate finance work. His practice consists principally of acting for clients on domestic and international corporate finance and M&A transactions, including acquisitions and disposals, mergers and public takeovers, restructurings, equity financings and joint ventures.

Andrew is an expert advising clients on company law, corporate governance and other board-related matters.  He is Head of our Risk practice and a member of the Company Law Committee of the Law Society.


Trained at Slaughter and May; qualified 1999; associate 1999-2006; partner 2006.


Ellesmere Port Catholic High School; Trinity College, Oxford (1995 Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) degree, 2(1)); College of Law, Guildford (1996 CPE – Distinction; 1997 LPC-Distinction).


Sport, in particular football and cricket; spending time with family.

Lawyer Rankings

London > TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > Sport

Slaughter and May‘s client base includes sports clubs, individuals, owners, leading governing bodies and corporate organisations. Key areas of focus for the multi-disciplinary team include sporting appointments, transfers, M&A, financing, governance, stadia related work, media rights, disputes and investigations. Corporate partner Mark Zerdin heads the practice alongside Andrew Jolly, who provides clients with specialist sports law, regulatory and governance advice, particularly within football.