Portrait of  Andrew Cash Andrew Cash

a.cash@hud.ac.uk | 01484 471119


Position: Senior Lecturer, Law School


Andrew is a Senior Lecturer, Law School, teaching on the professional practice courses as well as undergraduate academic courses. First joined Summer 2010.  Module Leader Land Law and Property Law and Practice 2010-11.

Transferred to University Campus Oldham as Course Leader, Law, 2012-13.

Formerly, Andrew was a practising solicitor, having qualified in 1994.  He was a partner at Radcliffes Le Brasseur and before that a senior associate at Pinsent Masons, specialising in Commercial work and in particular commercial property, acting for both public and private sector clients

Research and Scholarship


Currently completing research examining the advantages and pitfalls in the Government’s proposed reforms of Land Law and conveyancing following the Law Commission’s 2011 Report “Making Land Work: Easements, covenants and Profits a Prendre”.

Publications and Other Research Outputs


Cash, A (2017) ‘Freehold Covenants and the Potential Flaws in the Law Commission's 2011 Reform ProposalsThe Conveyancer and Property Lawyer , 2017 (3), pp. 212-222. ISSN 0010-8200

Cash, A. and Stanbury, C. (2017) ‘Restrictive covenants indemnity insurance: Safety net or racket?Solicitors Journal . ISSN 0038-1047


Has advised central government on the legal issues surrounding numerous legal projects notably the creation of OFCOM and the reduction of the Government’s London property portfolio following the Lyons Review 2007.

Enterprise Activities

Currently (2013-14) co-ordinating the mentoring scheme in partnership with local employers under which solicitors at local law firms advise and guide our Law students planning a career in legal practice.

Teaching and Professional Activities

Teaching on the professional practice courses: Wills & Probate, Business Law & Practice and Property Law & Practice.

Legal Practice Course Year Tutor.

Member of the Law School Careers Advice and Employability committee.