1COR Seminar: Pitfalls for Professionals on Social Media - May 2023
Andrew has been involved in a some of the major inquiries conducted by regulatory bodies including inquiries into:
- Paediatric cardiac surgery at the Bristol Royal Infirmary.
- Breast screening at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital.
- The Home Office pathologist instructed by the Crown in the case of Sally Clark.
He has also represented a number of prominent Home Office Pathologists at inquiries before the Home Office Delivery Board for Forensic Pathology.
Andrew is currently acting on behalf of the UK Haemophilia Centre Doctors’ Organisation in the Infected Blood Inquiry.
“Andrew is very knowledgeable and makes clients and his instructing solicitors feel at ease. He gets to grips with cases quickly and knows them inside out which shows in his attention-to-detail and instils confidence in those instructing him.” (Legal 500 2023)
“Andrew is extremely empathetic and sees the bigger picture.” “Andrew is a sure, safe pair of hands.” (Chambers & Partners 2023)
“Andrew is incredibly experienced and a confident and persuasive advocate. He has secured unexpectedly excellent outcomes in difficult circumstances and is always willing to help with adhoc queries.” (Legal 500 2023)View full profile »
Consent complexities when the patient is a medical professional - Nov 2021
Andrew Kennedy QC debates Clinical Negligence in the Dock: the case for and against reform at the Society of British Neurological Surgeons Conference - Sep 2021
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – Spring 2021 – Issue 9 - Jul 2021
Delighted to announce Andrew Kennedy’s appointment to Queen’s Counsel - Dec 2020
Andrew Kennedy succeeds in clinical negligence trial examining causation and the scope of duty - May 2019
The Liability of Private Hospitals & Clinics: Lessons from the Paterson Litigation - Nov 2018
1COR Annual Professional Discipline Seminar - Jun 2017
Henry Witcomb, Andrew Kennedy and Jeremy Hyam listed in the Chambers & Partners list of top 100 Junior Barristers - Dec 2013