5 Essex Court

Aaron Moss

Call 2013

Public / Administrative

Aaron has a particular experience and interest in matters concerning National Security, including arising from the use of covert tactics. He has undergone vetting.

Recently, Aaron was led by Alan Payne QC in a judicial review claim arising from the Undercover Policing Inquiry in R (Da Silva and Others) v Sir John Mitting and Others [2019] EWHC 426 (Admin), for a client whom they continue to represent in the Inquiry.

He is instructed by a police force defending a judicial review claim after allegedly giving information to the media ahead of the execution of a search warrant, he  has advised on the judicial review of police cautions and appeared for the Police in a challenge to the destruction of a dangerous dog in the Administrative Court (Webb v Chief Constable of Avon and Somerset Constabulary (Secretary of State for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs intervening) [2017] EWHC 3311 (Admin)).

Aaron was instructed, as junior to Jeremy Johnson QC, in defending the judicial review of a police search warrant in R (Hafeez) v Southwark Crown Court [2018] EWHC 954 (Admin). He is currently acting for a police force in a challenge by Case Stated to police powers of cash forfeiture under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

He has recently been instructed in a number of immigration matters for the Government.