Issues of information law and data protection arise throughout Aaron’s practice. Aaron was recently instructed by a police force in a civil claim for failure to comply with a Subject Access Request. Other recent work includes the defence of a claim concerning the value to be attributed to data which was lost when a computer was unlawfully destroyed.
Aaron is vetted, and as such frequently handles documents of the utmost sensitivity. Aaron is unusually experienced for his level of call in matters of national security, anonymity and public interest immunity, having been instructed as junior counsel to the Tunisia Inquests, the Westminster Bridge and Palace Inquests and the London Bridge Inquests, as well as acting for a number of officers in the Undercover Public Inquiry.
Whilst advising on disclosure as junior counsel to multiple large scale Inquests, Aaron frequently handles issues of data protection.