Andy graduated from Griffith University with a double degree in Law and Psychological Science. He was also awarded a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice by the College of Law and is admitted to practice in Queensland.
Andy has a diverse interest in all areas of law and works to ensure that he understands every component of his clients’ legal issues. He is particularly interested in all aspects of criminal and family law. He also speaks both Arabic and English and is able to meet Arabic-speaking clients to discuss their legal issues in their native tongue.
While studying law Andy demonstrated his dedication to community justice by working at a legal assistance service as a result of which he gained experience in a range of legal disciplines such as criminal law, family law (both parenting and property), and employment law. He also volunteered at a community legal centre.
As a member of the Australian Middle Eastern community, Andy involves himself with his cultural heritage and enjoys spending his free time with his friends and loved ones. He has a strong interest in psychology and human behaviour and is a passionate defender of human rights.
Accreditations & Memberships
- Member of the Queensland Law Society
Success Stories and Publications
- Personal Injury Payouts and Property Settlements
- Murder and Manslaughter in Queensland
- What is Our Date of Separation?
- What is Domestic Violence? (Qld)
Our solicitor Andy Bazzi recently succeeded in having a driving charge withdrawn. His client was speeding on a motorcycle when a police officer began pursuing him. The client sped off and was out of sight within seconds. Police attended his house and charged him with failing to stop.
The client pleaded not guilty and the matter was listed for hearing. Mr Bazzi subsequently convinced prosecutions to withdraw the charge. Footage from the client's dashcam showed that he would have been unable to identify the vehicle pursuing him as a police vehicle and Mr Bazzi argued that his client mistakenly believed he was being pursued by an angry motorist. Prosecution agreed to withdraw the charge.