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Mr Andrew Clegg
Andrew was called to the Bar of Northern Ireland in 2013. Andrew is regularly instructed by County Courts in Northern Ireland and the High Court in Belfast.
His practice is focused on Commercial and Chancery work, Aviation and Travel, and Insolvency. Andrew also accepts instructions in personal injury claims.
Andrew is a panel member of the Attorney General’s Junior Panel for both public and Chancery/ Charity law and the Belfast Harbour Commissioners Panel of civil practitioners.
He has spoken at the Solicitors Group property law conference on fit out agreements and dilapidations. Andrews was Chair of the Young Bar Association of Northern Ireland from 2016-2017 and is a member of the Bar of Northern Ireland Brexit Working Group.
Andrew is regularly instructed in disputes at the High Court level in issues including trustee and beneficiary disputes. Andrew acts and advises in the areas of: inheritance, loans and mortgage disputes, contract law and trespass, hire purchase agreements, insurance and fraudulent misrepresentation.
Andrew has expertise in compensation claims under EC regulation 261/2004 and accepts both Court and paperwork instructions.
- Carriage by air disputes involving EU regulations, Warsaw and Montreal Conventions and associated passenger, cargo, baggage and delay claims.
- Denied boarding claims.
- Negligence claims, including personal injury, in an aviation and employment contexts.
- International carriage by road and sea claims, including under the Convention on the Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR).
- Insurance claims, including in relation to vessels and vehicles.
Andrew regularly appears before the Bankruptcy Master in Belfast in bankruptcy and winding up petitions and drafts and appears in numerous insolvency related applications.
Call to the Bar of Northern Ireland, 2013.
M.A. (Hons.), St Catharine’s College, Cambridge.