Aaron is a lawyer working in the areas of planning, environment and local government. He advises statutory and private clients in statutory and strategic planning matters, as well as appearing as an advocate before the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Aaron’s particular areas of interest include planning agreements, heritage planning and administrative law.
Aaron attended Deakin University, completing a combined Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts majoring in Australian and Pacific History. He has also studied at the College of Law (Graduate Diploma of Legal Practise, 2015) and Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic, 2014). Aaron was admitted to practise in 2015.
Aaron joined Harwood Andrews in 2015 after gaining experience in the public sector providing advice & recommendations to a statutory decision-making body.
Aaron also undertakes pro-bono work on behalf of Harwood Andrews as part of the firm’s commitment to the community.
Aaron’s key areas of practice include:
- Statutory and strategic planning issues
- Section 173 agreements
- VCAT hearings relating to planning and environment matters
- Local government law
- Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Management Plans
- Heritage planning
- Administrative law
Aaron’s professional commitments include:
- Member of the Victorian Planning and Environmental Law Association (VPELA)
- Member of the Geelong Law Association
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