Andy Mooney Solicitor and Higher Court Advocate


  • English - English

Office location

Ely Place

7 Ely Place, London, EC1N 6RY

Tel: 020 7842 8600

DX: 209 Chancery Lane


Andrew Mooney Solicitor Advocate was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors of England & Wales in 1991. Having  joined the renowned team of expert criminal defence lawyers at EBR Attridge LLP in 2007, Andrew defends clients facing any one of a broad spectrum of criminal charges brought before the Courts each year by law enforcement agencies such as the Metropolitan Police, HM Revenue and Customs, National Crime Agency and the Police Central e-Crimes Unit. Additionally, Andrew Mooney is Head of the Crown Court Advocacy department at EBR ATTRIDGE LLP.As an accredited Criminal Duty Solicitor, Andrew Mooney is a member of the Criminal Litigation Scheme and therefore able to provide consummate legal advice to individuals who have been arrested for allegedly committing any type of criminal offence. Andrew provides free legal advice 24 hours a day to clients held for questioning at any police station in and around central London and boroughs within the Greater London area as well as at police stations in Middlesex, Herts and Essex.

Having been granted Higher Rights of Audience in all Courts, Andrew Mooney is empowered to act on client instructions and provide first class legal representation in Court hearings within all Courts of Law. These include for example, bail applications, plea & direction hearings and summary trials that are heard in any of the country’s Magistrates Courts and Youth Courts. Additionally he has the invested authority to conduct an expert criminal defence for clients facing trial by jury at any Crown Court in England & Wales and in the High Court

Andrew Mooney Solicitor Advocate has developed a strong and loyal client following. This is due to the high level of commitment and attention to detail demonstrated in every criminal case in which he is instructed upon to prepare an expert criminal defence.

Under the Solicitors Act of 1974, Andrew Mooney is a fully qualified Solicitor regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and employed by EBR Attridge LLP, the largest criminal defence law firm in London and the South East who is also duly registered and authorised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Being employed by one of the country’s largest expert criminal defence law firms means that, Andrew has direct access to the latest legal technology, research tools and professional support services vital to ensuring the best possible outcome to a client’s criminal case. Consequently, Andrew consistently surpasses expectations at the conclusion of any type of crime-related prosecution faced by his clients.

Andrew is a highly valued member of the EBR Attridge LLP team which includes many of the country’s leading expert criminal defence solicitors and criminal solicitor advocates.

The vast majority of Andrew Mooney's colleagues at EBR Attridge LLP hold professional accreditation to the Criminal Litigation Scheme. Owing largely to our extensive expertise, EBR Attridge LLP is listed by prestigious legal ratings guide, The Legal 500 and is only one of seven criminal law firms in the UK to be rated by SuperLawyers 2013. A number of highly skilled and qualified legal executives (CILEX) and accredited police station representatives support the overall team, together with highly experienced professional paralegals and supervised trainee solicitors. A first class highly efficient management support team complete the make-up of London’s largest criminal law firm.

Andrew Mooney Solicitor Advocate can be contacted on 020 7842 8600 or via email to discuss how he together with other team members at EBR Attridge LLP may be of service.


Contact Andy Mooney

Andy Mooney can be contacted on 0207 842 8600 or via email to discuss how he together with other team members at EBR Attridge LLP may be of service

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