Andrew J See is a Brisbane based lawyer and industrial relations consultant. He specialises in all aspects of workplace relations, including human resource management, industrial relations, workplace health and safety and discrimination.

Prior to coming to the Queensland Bar, Andrew worked at Freehills Brisbane, (now Herbert Smith Freehills) where his clients were drawn from the mining, transport, manufacturing and airlines industries. Today his clients range from large international companies to individual employees. Andrew spends considerable time working in 'hands on' roles, assisting clients with all facets of industrial relations and human resource management.

In 2011, Andrew was appointed as an Ad Hoc Resident Magistrate in the Republic of Fiji, where he sits on the Employment Relations Tribunal, the Tax Tribunal, the Customs Act Court of Review and the Judicial Services Commission Disciplinary Tribunal (Non-Judicial Staff).

Andrew started his career as a bank officer in the Bank of New South Wales (now Westpac) and later undertook a range of roles within the Australian Public Service, the Brisbane City Council and the Queensland Government, before assuming the role of Counsel -Employee Relations at Freehills.

Andrew attended day school at Brisbane's St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace and finished his schooling as a boarder at Marist College Ashgrove.

He holds degrees in Arts, Laws and Business Administration and has Diplomas in Industrial Relations and Business. Andrew is a member of the Queensland Bar Association and the Commonwealth Magistrates and Judges Association.

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