Herring & Associates Lawyers is your professional partner in matters of law since 2008, giving you:
- Trust and confidence
- Practical advice
- Skillful in-court advocacy.
We are dedicated to serving the National Capital and Southern NSW, as well as Sydney and interstate clients.
We will be frank about fees, and your prospects.
We don’t do everything; we only do what we can do well. And, if we can’t help, we know who can and we’ll put you in touch.
It’s all about you getting the right advice, by the right people, at the right time.
Principal and Accredited Specialist - Advocacy
Andrew has worked in private practice since 2002, graduating from the Australian National University in 2000 with bachelor’s degrees in Law and Economics, followed by a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.
Andrew is a leading solicitor-advocate in the region, recognised as such since 2008 when he was accredited as a specialist in advocacy, 1 of only 19 in NSW.
He is a former President of the Southern Tablelands Law Society and is the honorary solicitor to Molonglo Support Services which operates the Louisa Domestic Violence Service and the Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program. Andrew is also Chair of the Board of the Anglican School Googong.
Andrew appears in complex criminal, commercial and other litigation matters.
Sarah Avery moved from Coffs Harbour in 2001 to take up a National Achievement Scholarship at the Australian National University. She graduated with Honours in Law in 2006 and was admitted as a legal practitioner of the ACT Supreme Court in 2007.
Sarah is passionate about criminal justice and has a strong background in criminal law, insurance law and occupational discipline.
Ashlee is a graduate of Macquarie University and a Justice of the Peace (NSW). As a Licensed Conveyancer she specialises in rural, residential, off-the-plan, put and call deeds and land rent release. She has worked at Herring & Associates since 2012.
Arabella is in her final year of a double degree in law and commerce at the Australian National University. Originally from Orange, Arabella moved to Canberra in 2014 to pursue her degree.
Alison has worked extensively in a variety of administrative roles since the early 1990s. She settled in Queanbeyan after moving from Wagga Wagga in her teen years, and has raised her own family here.