Andrew Williams is a respected Adelaide lawyer and the senior founding partner at Williams Barristers and Solicitors. He brings a wealth of experience to the practice.
- LLB/LP (Hons) – Flinders University of South Australia
- Admitted to Practice in the High Court of Australia
- Admitted to Practice in the Supreme Court of South Australia
- Admitted to Practice in High Court of Solomon Islands
- Member of the Legal Services Commission Complex Criminal Law Panel (Counsel & Solicitor)
- Member of the Law Society of South Australia
Andrew Williams is a respected Adelaide lawyer and the senior founding partner at Williams Barristers and Solicitors. He brings a wealth of criminal defence experience to the practice.
A Prosecutor with the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions from 2000 to 2006, he appeared as counsel in all jurisdictions and has significant trial experience.
Andrew’s experience and expertise led to his appointment as an International Legal Adviser to the Solomon Islands Government, assisting Restoration of Law and Justice Processes and Institutions following a civil war. Between 2006 and 2012 he provided legal advice, training and specialist criminal advocacy. Andrew’s expertise is further acknowledge by the inclusion in the 2016 and 2017 Doyles Guide, where he is named as one of Adelaide’s leading criminal lawyers.
With over 22 years experience as a police officer before qualifying as a lawyer, he knows the ins and outs of police investigation methods and procedures. A former tutor at Flinders University Law School, he has excellent legal knowledge and understanding.
Andrew’s experience in a range of positions across the legal field provides our clients with the benefit of in-depth legal and investigative knowledge, advocacy and negotiation skills. Andrew has focussed on defending criminal and traffic matters. He uses his broad experience to provide strong representation and to achieve the best result for each client.
If you are in need of urgent support or wish to make an appointment with Andrew, contact Williams Barristers and Solicitors on 08 8451 9040.