Administrative Law or Judicial Review
Aaron was called to the Bar of Northern Ireland in September 2019 and completed his pupillage with a Civil Practitioner.
His pupillage provided him with experience in the following range of practice areas; Civil, Criminal, Family, Employment, Judicial Review and both Legacy and Coroner’s Inquests.
Aaron is currently accepting instructions in all areas of law.
2019; Degree of Barrister-at-Law, The Honourable Society of the Inn of Court of Northern Ireland.
2019; Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Studies, Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Queen’s University Belfast (Distinction).
2015; LLM in Criminology, Queens University Belfast (Distinction).
2014; LLB Single Honours, Queen’s University Belfast (First Class Honours).
2019; Inn of Court Prize, The Honourable Society of the Inn of Court of Northern Ireland.
2019; Participated in the Faculty of Advocates and Northern Irish Bar Moot Competition, hosted by the Faculty of Advocates, Scotland.
2019; Finalist in the International Academy of Dispute Resolution Mediation Competition, hosted in Athens, Greece.
2011-2015; Diploma of Bronze, Silver and Gold Medallist for Public Speaking, Victoria College of Music and Drama.
2013; Foundation Scholarship, School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast
2010; Grade 8 Public Speaking, Victoria College of Music and Drama, London (Distinction).
Aaron previously worked as a Paralegal in two highly regarded solicitor firms before being called to the Bar. His main area of practice was Personal Injury litigation.
2015; “The Paradox of Punishment” - submitted as part of the Working Paper Series produced by the Queens University Human Rights Centre.