Aaron Moss is a lawyer with Clayton Utz, Sydney. Aaron frequently appears in the Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court of Australia, and maintains a broad litigation practice, with a particular emphasis on judicial review, government disputes and statutory interpretation matters. Aaron is also a casual academic at the University of Technology, Sydney, and an Adjunct Researcher at the University of Tasmania, where he publishes and teaches in a wide range of fields, including public law, international law, native title, admiralty and torts. In 2016, Aaron served as Associate to the Hon. Justice J M Jagot in the Federal Court of Australia.

Aaron graduated from the University of Tasmania in December 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours in Law, where he was the recipient of the 2015 University Medal in Law. In October 2019, Aaron will commence as a Master of Laws candidate at the University of Cambridge, having been awarded a W M Tapp Studentship in Law by Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge.

Posts by Aaron:

Refashioning ‘legitimate expectations’ in Australian administrative law: Minister for Immigration and Border Protection v WZARH

Looking forward, looking back: Native Title in 2017 and 2018

Where to Next? Native Title Compensation Following Timber Creek