Aaron is an associate in the Insolvency and Creditor’s Rights Group.
He was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable William S. Stickman IV in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining Tucker Arensberg, he worked for a general practice law firm focusing mainly on bankruptcy and general litigation matters.
While in law school, Aaron interned for the Federal Trade Commission, the Office of the Georgia Attorney General, and for a federal district judge in Georgia and served on the Journal of Law and Religion. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Washington & Jefferson College. As an undergraduate, he conducted independent research projects in the United Kingdom, Turkey, India, and China, among other places, and spent a semester in Hong Kong.
He is active in legal scholarship and his work has been published in such publications as the Pace Law Review, the Charleston Law Review and the Australian International Law Journal. He currently an adjunct faculty member at Washington & Jefferson College.
Presentations & Publications
“The Compatibility of Confucianism and Law”. Co-Author. Pace Law Review. 2020.
“A Case for Legal Potpourri: An Ode”. Author. The Green Bag. 2020.
“From Restraint to Obligation: Protection of the Environment in Armed Conflict”. Author. Charleston Law Review. 2020.
“Religion: American and Human”. Author. Grove City College Journal of Law and Public Policy. 2020.
“Religion in China: An Economic Approach”. Author. Indonesian Journal of International and Comp
“Religion in China: An Economic Approach”. Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion and the Religious Research Association. Las Vegas, Nevada. 2018.
“A Response to ‘Property and Christian Theology’”. Presented to the World Congress of Philosophy, Philosophy of Law Section. Beijing, China. 2018.
“More Than Little Brown Brothers: Resetting Relations with Traditional Allies”. Presented to the Asia Conference of the JHU School of Advanced International Studies. Washington, D.C. 2017.