Aron Rollin

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** Recommended in Chambers and Partners **

An experienced junior with an increasingly diverse practice. Aron practices in public law and in all areas of criminal defence. He is regularly instructed to represent in some of the country’s most high profile cases. 

He represents and advises in a range of inquest matters. He was recently instructed for the family in the inquest of Jeremiah Duggan. This was a complex inquest which involved the tragic death of a young student who had attended a conference in Germany. The matter received ongoing national and international coverage. Aron also has experience in actions against the police, mental health and SEN cases.

He has significant experience in all areas of criminal defence with a particular expertise in major fraud and appellate work. He is regularly instructed to represent in some of the country’s most high profile cases. Aron was instructed to represent James Weatherup, one of the News of the World journalists charged as part of the main phone hacking trial. He also previously represented one of the only two Defendants acquitted in the Oxford grooming case.

He is increasingly instructed to represent those charged with large-scale financial crimes, including defending in the largest ever DWP prosecution, and those facing complex Proceeds of Crime applications. He is also regularly instructed in customs and excise prosecutions, especially drug importation and people smuggling cases, including Birtain’s biggest Cannabis importation.

Aron has developed a discrete practice advising on potential appeals against sentence and conviction for full range of cases, including murder, serious sexual and violence offences as well as fraud offences and has a track record of successful representation in the Court of Appeal.

Aron has previously worked extensively in Consumer Protection and Trading Standards. He has acted as defence and prosecution counsel. He previously advised local councils as to the merits of these prosecutions, the manner of prosecutions and the evidential burdens to be met when such prosecutions are undertaken.

Prior to joining Chambers Aron worked for NGOs advising on aspects of International Human Rights and International Criminal Law. He has worked, lectured and advised in both areas all over the world.