Andrew Anderson worked as a barrister for six years before becoming a partner and then director of Boe Williams Anderson. During his time with Boe Williams Anderson, the practice expanded to become a leading criminal law and human rights firm in Queensland. In June 2016, Boe Williams Anderson merged with Fredericks Heywood to become Anderson Fredericks Turner.

As a barrister, Andrew worked both in private practice and as a Principal Crown Prosecutor with the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. It is a reflection of his exceptional legal skills and work ethic that he remains the youngest person ever appointed to the position of Principal Crown Prosecutor in Queensland.

Andrew Anderson provides expert legal advice as well as thorough and fearless advocacy in the courtroom.

Andrew has been recommended as a leading criminal lawyer in Queensland by independent review in both 2015 and 2016.

He is currently a member of the Children’s Law Committee of the Queensland Law Society. Andrew Anderson formerly held executive positions on the executive of the Downs and South West Law Association. He is regularly asked to speak on issues concerning law and justice.