Andrew Faux   Barrister (qualified 1995)

From 2005 – 2010 Andrew worked as an in-house barrister for the General Teaching Council for England.   He understands the landscape of teacher regulation inside out.   He worked closely with the Registrar and senior managers at the GTC(E) and knows the personalities and philosophies that shaped that organisation and continue to shape the Department of Education’s approach to allegations of teacher misconduct.

Since 2010 Andrew has built a reputation as a pragmatic defender of professionals facing allegations of misconduct or other difficulties at work.  Wherever possible, he achieves sensible outcomes for his clients with a minimum of financial and emotional upset.


Colin Henderson   Solicitor (qualified 1997)

Colin is a tenacious litigator who has honed his case management skills through two decades of managing cases at every level from Tribunals up  to the Supreme Court.  He has assisted thousands of clients both in private practice and whilst working in the non-profit sector.

He brings a sympathetic but rigorous and practical approach to case preparation.