As Australia moves towards a cashless society, bank system failures are having an increasing impact on customers and the economy. The Payment Systems Board will soon put into action the RBA's threats to intervene in bank system outages.
Andrew specialises in advising on a wide range of transformation projects, including IT infrastructure outsourcing, business transformation, corporate service transition and process redesign, cloud computing, systems integration projects, telecommunications contracts, software licensing arrangements, internet regulation and privacy.
Prior to joining Gilbert + Tobin, Andrew practised at another major Australian law firm and was the research assistant to Justice Clifford Einstein of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Andrew was admitted as a solicitor in 2006. He has a Master in Law (First Class Honours) degree from the University of Cambridge, and a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of New South Wales.