Aaron is a Senior Associate (Solicitor) in the London office of Berry Appleman & Leiden. He is responsible for managing the effective delivery of immigration services to Ireland-based multinational companies and the firm’s clients in the EMEA region.
Aaron initially worked at a large law firm in Dublin, Ireland, and trained as a Solicitor with the Chief State Solicitor’s Office, the primary law agent of Ireland and a constituent part of the Attorney General’s Office. Aaron was a State Solicitor with the Chief State Solicitor’s Office where he advised Government Departments and Ministers on all aspects of immigration law. Aaron has over eight years of immigration law experience and has represented Government Departments and Ministers in all superior Courts in Ireland and as an Agent of Ireland at the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Aaron has advised on all aspects of immigration law including refugee law, visas, work permits, family reunification and citizenship.
Education & Admissions
BA Legal & Business Studies (Waterford Institute of Technology)
LLM Computers & Law (Queen’s University Belfast)
Professional Practice Courses 1 and 2, (Law Society of Ireland)
Admitted as a Solicitor (Ireland) 2008
Admitted as a Solicitor (England & Wales) 2010
Diploma in Civil Litigation (Distinction), (Law Society of Ireland) 2011
Solicitor, Law Society of Ireland
Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales, Law Society of England & Wales