Andrew Simpson is a commercial disputes lawyer practicing predominantly in the energy, resources, and construction sectors. Andrew has experience in large-scale, high-value disputes in the Supreme and Federal Courts in Australia, as well as in pre-court adjudications under relevant security of payment legislation.
Andrew's recent experience includes acting in a substantial high-priced dispute in the Supreme Court of Queensland for a global engineering and construction firm involving the construction of coal seam gas infrastructure in the Surat Basin and acting for a joint venture contractor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales regarding the construction of a coal handling and preparation plant and train load out facility for a coal mine in the Hunter Valley.
Andrew also served as an associate to a Queensland Supreme Court Justice. During this time he assisted in the determination of a variety of matters, including the supervision of the largest class action commenced in the Queensland Supreme Court, and gained an in-depth understanding of court processes and procedures.
- University of Queensland (currently earning an LL.M. with expected graduation in 2021; LL.B. Hons. and B.A. 2017)
- Queensland Supreme Court
- Associate to Hon. Justice Graeme Crow, Queensland Supreme Court (2018)