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  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)  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  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.