Andrew Burrows, QC

Professor of the Law of England


Andrew Burrows (from June 2, 2020, The Right Honourable Lord Burrows), MA, BCL, LLM (Harvard), QC (Hon), FBA, DCL, Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple is a Justice of the UK Supreme Court (from June 2, 2020), Professor of the Law of England and a Fellow at All Souls. He was a Law Commissioner for England and Wales (1994-1999) and President of the Society of Legal Scholars (2015-16). He was formerly a Deputy High Court Judge and Recorder on the South-Eastern Circuit, a Member of the Ogden Working Party, and a Door Tenant of Fountain Court Chambers, London.

Formerly: Norton Rose Professor of Commercial Law, St Hugh's College, 1999-2010; Professor of English Law, University College, London 1994-1999; Fellow and CUF Lecturer in Law, Lady Margaret Hall, 1986-1994; Lecturer in Law, University of Manchester 1980-1986; Visiting Professor, Bond University 1994; Research Fellow, Australian National University 1994; Judicial Studies Board; Civil Committee of the Judicial Studies Board.






Research Interests

English Private Law, Contract, Unjust Enrichment, Tort, Remedies, Statute Law