Prof The Hon Andrew Rogers QCAndrew was admitted to the New South Wales Bar in 1956. In 1979 he was appointed as a Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in charge of the Commercial List and some years later was appointed the foundation Chief Judge of that court’s Commercial Division which dealt with all commercial disputes as well as matters of corporate governance.

He currently acts as an International legal consultant, specialising in the area of arbitration, meditation and dispute resolution, with his expertise spanning relevant legislation in the U.K, U.S, Asia and Europe as well as Australian Law. He has acted as Chairman, Sole Arbitrator and member of Arbitral Tribunals dealing with claims totalling more than $2 billion in various countries in the world. As well he has been sitting as a Mediator in disputes in Australia.

Professor Rogers also has extensive business and academic experience, his notable current appointments including non-executive director, NSW Treasury Corporation, including membership of the Audit Committee and as a Visiting Professor, in the Faculty of Law, University of Technology.

Since 2000 he has been Probity Advisor to the Leighton Group of Companies. Since 2005 he has been Chairman of Audit Quality Review Board Limited. In the same year he was appointed Deputy Chairman of ILSAC, an organisation established by the Commonwealth Government to promote the export of Australian legal services.

In 1994 he was appointed the Foundation Chancellor of Southern Cross University and in the same year President of the Sydney University Foundation into Securities which subsequently became SIRCA Limited. He has been Patron of the Australian Corporate Lawyers Association (NSW Division) since about 1985 and of the Ted Noffs Foundation since the early 1990s.

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