Andrew Gilliland is currently the Interim Head of Litigation at Martin Kenney & Co. in the British Virgin Islands.

Andrew was admitted to practice as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2004 and later also qualified as a solicitor advocate. Andrew is admitted to practice as a solicitor advocate in the British Virgin Islands, England & Wales and St Vincent & the Grenadines.

Andrew’s practice includes all contentious aspects of commercial and insolvency law. Andrew has acted in numerous reported commercial disputes within the jurisdiction, frequently in those giving rise to jurisdictional issues. 

He is experienced in obtaining, and securing the enforcement of, all forms of urgent interim relief, and works closely with international legal teams on emergency and cross border relief regularly. 

Andrew is regularly instructed in large multi-jurisdictional commercial disputes involving jurisdictions such as Cyprus, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Switzerland, France, Bermuda, the Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine, Israel, Cayman, Belize, Dominica, Antigua, Brazil and Turkey. 

In addition, Andrew is often instructed to act in both arbitration proceedings and in the enforcement of high value awards from the world’s leading arbitration jurisdictions. 

Andrew is just at home appearing before the Commercial Court and the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, as he is giving strategic advice to clients and focusing in achieving commercially valuable results for clients in the most cost effective manner.