Andrew Hogsden

P/T Lecturer(Hrly)-Private Law & Society

School of Justice, Security and Sustainability

I’m a part time lecturer in Business Law and Practice which incorporates taxation and accounts as well as Business Law and Solicitors Accounts. I teach on the Legal Practice Course in the Law Department and teach Business Law and Law for Managers within the Business School.

I started my career with Pwc, London where I qualified as a Chartered Accountant. I spent the next 30 years in commerce leading teams of up to 30 people. These varied from management roles leading finance teams mainly within the asset finance sector to project management roles. I moved to a consultancy role and led a finance team of professionals primarily advising major corporates on their fleet requirements and how to balance cost, choice and responsibility.

I joined Staffordshire University in 2017.

Professional memberships and activities

Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, England and Wales

Academic qualifications

BA (Hons) from Exeter University

Chartered Accountant (ACA)


  • Accounting
  • Taxation
  • Solicitors Accounts
  • Business Law
  • Corporate and Commercial Law

Enterprise and commercial interests

I have a wealth of commercial experience mainly within the asset finance and fleet management and finance industry. I also have considerable experience within the charity sector and have provided consultancy advice to a range of businesses mainly for fleet management.



  • Business Law
  • Law for Managers

Post Graduate: Legal Practice Course:

  • Business Law and Practice
  • Solicitors Accounts
  • Corporate and Commercial Client
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