Barrister Profile


Year of Call: 2019

Main Areas of Practice

Administrative Law or Judicial Review
Criminal Law
Family Law
Personal Injury


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).

Further Achievements:

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.