On 09 May 2012, the Commonwealth Secretariat wrote to Andrew Mitchell QC to acknowledge, with appreciation, his invaluable contributions to the recent capacity building workshops for Judges in the Pacific and Caribbean regions held in Sydney Australia and Kingston Jamacia:
"Indeed we have been applauded and commended by participants at both workshops, on the methodology employed and the quality of the substantive issues discussed, which seamlessly combine the foundational and practical knowledge of the various facets of recovery of proceeds of crime, in one delivery.
The method was not only commended for its effectiveness in imparting knowledge on seemingly complex and technical issues, but a congenial way of engaging practitioners."
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Andrew is currently engaged in the prosecution of members of the Turks and Caicos government for allegations of corruption and litigation in Trinidad regarding commercial wrongdoing.