Andrew Redman-Wenham came to the Law from a diverse professional and academic background, including the areas of business, psychology and management. He also has a vast experience within legal firms having grown up clerking, working as a paralegal and a lawyer and finally managing Alderman Redman, prior to the merger with Adelta.
From a young age he has advocated for the rights of children and youth at a national and international level. Andrew spent his later school years juggling his academics, clerking at Alderman Redman and spending time sitting on boards and committees for not for profit organisations.
Between 2006 and 2011 Andrew worked in a range of management and advisory roles with a particular passion for young people and social justice issues. He returned to Alderman Redman in 2011 as a Paralegal Law Clerk and in 2015 took up a role as a lawyer.
Andrew graduated with a Bachelor of Business Management in 2008 from the University of South Australia, a Graduate Diploma of Psychology from Flinders University in 2012. In 2014 he completed a Bachelor of Law at Flinders University and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice with the College of Law in 2015. He was admitted to practice law in May 2015.
Andrew can assist clients in:
- General Family Law including court attendances
- Complex Family Law property matters, including businesses and Trusts
- Family Law Consent Orders and Agreements
- Wills and Estates
- Property and conveyancing
- Commercial transactions
With Andrew’s education and work history in Business and Psychology he provides a complementary perspective and additional support to the firm in matters dealing with property and children.
Andrew serves on the Family law committee of the Law Society of South Australia.
Andrew is married with two daughters and loves nothing better than enjoying the sunshine and expending some energy with them.