Andrew Tull joined Chambers in September 1996 following the successful completion of a BTEC GNVQ in Advanced Business. He is responsible for the day to day clerking of the senior members of chambers, over-seeing the emergency out-of-hours service and administration of both conditional fee agreements and direct access instructions. Andy also has an active role in assisting with the implementation of Chambers marketing plan and on-going seminar programme.
Our chambers remain in the top twenty sets for client service in the legal directories, with Andy described as “immensely popular, sensible and has a good sense for how to meet clients’ needs” in the latest Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners Guides, as well as ‘excellent, always helpful and easy to get along with.’
‘Experienced and likeable team of clerks. Matthew Phipps and Andrew Tull consistently make themselves very available.’
‘The 1COR clerks are excellent, and extremely helpful and honest about barrister’s diaries. Matt Phipps, Andy Tull and Chloe Turvill have provided first class service over the years.’
He assists both staff and members with IT troubleshooting and in September 2012 committed himself to a two year Level 5 Diploma studying Leadership & Management designed by the Institute of Barristers Clerks in conjunction with the Institute of Leadership and Management.
Andy is a member of the virtual Bar Council’s Civil Private Panel (having previously served on the Bar Council’s CFA Panel), the Queen’s Bench Users Committee and a member of the Institute of Barristers’ Clerks (IBC)
He is married with a daughter and a son so free time is a rare commodity! His interests include motor sport, travel, photography and scuba diving. When time permits, he can be found at the trackside of various motor racing circuits around the country volunteering within his capacity as an Experienced Race Marshal.