Andrew Thomas Q.C. and Alistair Webster Q.C., leading Samantha Riggs of Bedford Row and instructed by Kathryn Lucas of…Read more
Andrew Thomas Q.C.Call To The Bar: 1989
Andrew Thomas was born and brought up in North Wales. He studied law at the University of Cambridge and completed bar finals at the Inns of Court School of Law in London.
Andrew was called to the bar in 1989. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in January 2008.
As of March 2016, Andrew is the Head of Lincoln House Chambers.
Andrew has a mixed practice, undertaking both serious criminal cases in the Crown Court and common law civil work. Much of his work involves allegations of regulatory breach, including health and safety offences and environmental law. His work often involves complex medical issues. Andrew also undertakes judicial review proceedings
On 19th March, Alistair Webster QC stood down after 5 years as Head of Chambers Chambers is delighted to announce…Read more
A jury at Manchester Crown Court has convicted demolition contractor Alan Thomson of gross negligence manslaughter following a three…Read more
Andrew Thomas QC successfully secured a conviction in a corporate manslaughter case yesterday at Preston Crown Court after a…Read more