Call: 2016 Middle Temple
LL.B (Hons), University of East Anglia (First Class)
BPTC, BPP University (Outstanding)
Connor Scholarship, Middle Temple
Andrew joined Chambers in May 2019 and enjoys a broad family and civil practice. Andrew has very quickly established a reputation for his personable, down-to-earth, manner with clients and his measured but fearless advocacy. Andrew is qualified under the Public Access Scheme to accept instructions directly from members of the public.
Andrew has a very strong family practice and accepts instructions in financial remedy, public and private law children, and domestic abuse matters.
Andrew maintains a civil practice and accepts instructions in matters relating to contractual and property (including TOLATA) disputes. Andrew is currently working towards civil mediation accreditation.
Andrew is a member of the INQUEST Lawyers Group and accepts instructions on behalf of bereaved families in respect of pre-inquest reviews and inquests. Owing to his experience in public law children, Andrew is particularly well-placed to appear at inquests concerning child deaths in custody or care.
“I would like to say that Andrew Horner was excellent. His approach to the client was very deaf aware and I observed the client being very relaxed in his presence.”
“Andrew Horner recently represented me in a difficult family matter. He put me at ease immediately with his professionalism and grasp of the salient points of the case. Not only did I find Andrew thorough but also his own humanity shone through in understanding my position. I was extremely nervous of ensuring I was represented in a manner I felt was appropriate, I need not have concerned myself and would have no hesitation in recommending any person looking for representation in a similar field.”
“I really appreciate Andrew’s efforts and approach. I’m grateful for his advice and persistence. His professionalism and personality shine through in his work and collaborating and negotiating alongside him is a pleasure. I’ll certainly be recommending him.”
‘Dryden and Others v Johnson Matthey PLC  UKSC 18’ in PI Brief Update Law Journal (May 2018)