Andrew See has worked in all three tiers of Government at the Federal, State and Local Government level.

He has significant experience in how government works and how legislation is developed.

As a former Cabinet Legislation and Liaison Officer with the Queensland Government, Andrew has first hand knowledge of how legislation is developed and negotiated across key stakeholder groups.

Andrew has been asked to assist clients in various areas of administrative law, including determining rights under the Migration Act, the Queensland and Federal anti-discrimination laws, the Judicial Review and Freedom of Information laws.

Andrew is gaining a growing expertise in assisting individuals appeal against the decisions of the Immigration Minister and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in cases where those persons have not been successful in securing visas into Australia.

Lawyer Peter Black and Civil Rights Activist and Academic Stephen Hagan.

Since 1984, Andrew has studied and practised in the area of Equal Employment Opportunity and Discrimination law. Andrew frequently is called upon to assist companies investigate allegations of administrative and discriminatory misconduct. He has a keen interest in race based complaints and in any form of discriminatory conduct impacting on minority groups.