Andrew Boe was first admitted to legal practice in 1989. He was admitted to the Queensland and NSW Bars in 2009. He signed the Victorian Bar Roll in 2022.
Andrew operates a national practice with Chambers in Sydney and Brisbane. He has appeared in trial and appeal courts and tribunals in most states and territories of Australia (and in the High Court of Australia) in criminal litigation concerning a broad spectrum of offences, including serious sex offences, drug offences, fraud, corruption, driving offences causing death or injury, serious assault, unlawful killing and murder.
Andrew has also appeared in coronial inquiries, commissions of inquiry, civil defamation proceedings, judicial review proceedings and in child protection matters. He has represented many professionals, including lawyers, medical practitioners and those who work in the financial sector, in respect of quasi-criminal and professional misconduct allegations.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Andrew was the Principal of a criminal law firm based in Queensland for nineteen years and was an Accredited Specialist in criminal law. As a solicitor he represented Ivan Milat at his trial in NSW (serial killings) in 1994-96, David Ettridge (co-accused of Pauline Hanson) at their successful appeals for political corruption and for the Palm Island community at the Inquest into the death of Mulrunji (indigenous person killed by a police officer).