As well as being a Professor of Law at the University of Wolverhampton, Andrew Haynes is a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London and is also Chairman of the Market Abuse Association. He is a visiting Professor of Law at the University of Tyumen, Russia and a former visiting Professor of Law at the University of Macau, People’s Republic of China.
Before joining the University, Andrew was employed at the British Bankers Association and Deloitte in London, as well as at two leading law firms. In his spare time, he also spent twenty years assisting in the development of Sustrans from being a small group of volunteers, into being the twenty seventh largest charity in the country. During his time as trustee and non-executive director, the charity raised over £215 million to construct the national cycle network, safe routes to schools, and art on the network. It was also awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise in 2002, and was the Winner of the National Lottery, Helping Hand Award in 2004.
In 2012, he was made a Freeman of the City of London by Redemption.
In 2016, he commenced acting as an adviser to both the Cabinet Office and the OECD.
Awards and prizes
- In 2017 he was made Honorary Doctor at the State University of Tyumen, Russia
- “Highly Commended Paper Winner”, Emerald Publishing 2014
- “Highly Commended Award Winner” Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013