Andrew concluded his LL.M studies in Public International Law at Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) in 2012 which focused on the inter-state legal aspects of energy, environmental protection, investment protection, maritime delimitation, monetary policy, and trade. Andrew has since been periodically engaged as Research Associate at QMUL during which time he co-authored several scholarly papers and the book International Energy Governance: Selected Inter-state Legal Issues (Edward Elgar 2014). He has also presented lectures on the global energy economy, the law of treaties, and the Energy Charter Treaty to LL.M students at QMUL and the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México.
Andrew currently provides editorial support at a global publishers aimed at legal professionals, and legal research and editorial support to a range of international legal scholars over a broad range of topics. His research interests lie in critical approaches to international law.
Prior to 2012, Andrew had been involved in civil and family justice policy work at the United Kingdom's Ministry of Justice.