Aaron Moss (UK)

Barrister specialising in data protection and public law, 5 Essex Court

Aaron is a barrister based in Temple, London, at 5 Essex Court. He is ranked as a leading barrister in both of the main independent directories, including that “he wears his cleverness in a really light way. He masters very complex issues very quickly” and that he is “a very good advocate who has fantastic judgment”. He is on the Attorney General’s panel of counsel: the list of barristers who are instructed by the Government in civil law matters.

Aaron practises in data protection and privacy law, including GDPR claims, as well as public law. His work in the non-profit sector has included acting for a think tank concerned with climate change. He has a particular specialism in inquests and inquiries, and is currently instructed in the Manchester Arena Bombing Inquiry and the Post Office Horizon IT Inquiry.

He edits a monthly data protection law newsletter, DataBrief.co.uk. Before becoming a barrister, Aaron spent five years as a volunteer police officer in the Metropolitan Police Service.