Andrew Trollope QC
Andrew Trollope is recognised for his expertise in fraud (white-collar crime) and serious/organised crime cases. He has appeared consistently among the leading silks recommended in Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession for both Crime and Fraud/Criminal.
Chambers UK 2019 “An accomplished silk who prepares diligently and puts in a spirited performance in court. He is recognised for his impressive defence practice. His experience includes advising on fraud and tax evasion charges.”
“A great advocate whose attention to detail is phenomenal”
‘”A fantastic advocate who is fearless in his approach”
‘”A man with an authoritative aura who can impose his will on a courtroom”
Andrew Trollope QC has been ranked as band 4 for Crime QC and band 3 for Financial Crime QC for Chambers and Partners 2020
“Has a fantastic eye for detail and is a fearless advocate.”
“He is an old-school barrister in the best sense, who is impressive, charming, fabulous and someone who fights to the death.”
Andrew Trollope’s practice has a wide experience of fraud and serious and organised crime cases. Long established practice in the City, commercial and tax cases in courts and tribunals. Specialisations include money laundering, asset forfeiture, confiscation, VAT and Duty cases (FTTT/UT), regulatory and sports law.
He also shared a platform with representatives of FIFA and FIFPRO for a conference session on Betting in Football
A report on the event is available here.
- Committee member of the Criminal Bar Association 1990-2001
- Bar Council International Relations Committee
- Advisory Council British Institute of International and Comparative Law
- Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
- Bencher of Inner Temple
- Head of Chambers specialising in criminal law
- Appointed Assistant Recorder 1984
- Appointed Recorder 1989
- Contributor (with others from 187 Fleet Street) to Fraud; Law, Practice and Procedure (Lexis Nexis, Butterworths)
Andrew Trollope QC is approved to accept instructions direct from international and UK clients on a direct access basis, without the need for a solicitor intermediary in appropriate cases.