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M.A. – University of Cambridge
LL.M. – Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Andrew completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Cambridge (Corpus Christi College) with an exchange year at the Universität Regensburg. At Cambridge, he was awarded a Rebecca Flower Squire Scholarship from the Law Faculty, as well as Nicholas Bacon Fund and Horace Avory Scholarships at College level, for his academic achievements. Andrew returned to Germany for an LL.M. in German law at the WWU Münster, during which period he also worked as an assistant to Prof. Dr. Nils Jansen within the Institute of Legal History and the Excellence Cluster “Religion und Politik in den Kulturen der Moderne und Vormoderne”.
Since then, Andrew has worked in London and as a research assistant to Prof. Ken Oliphant at the Institute for European Tort Law of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna.
Law of Torts (year 1, LLB)
The doctoral research project looks to analyse assessment and awards for non-pecuniary loss damages in the tort of negligence, with a view to improving understanding of the functions of compensatory damages and of the tort of negligence.
Reasonable foreseeability and unsuitable work equipment, Hide v Steeplechase Co (Cheltenham) Ltd  EWCA Civ 545, (2013) 29(4) PN 241-244.
Conference Report, 12th Annual Conference on European Tort Law, 4 April to 6 April 2013, Vienna, Austria,  21(5) ERPL 1359–1370, with Thomas Thiede.
Translation: Knütel, Rolf ‘Grappling with the difficult subjects’, Ch. 19 in Burrows/Johnston/Zimmermann (eds), Judge and Jurist: Essays in Memory of Lord Rodger of Earlsferry (Oxford, 2013).