Aaron has a mixed litigation and policy role at Everytown.
After graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law, Aaron worked on international human rights litigation in federal courts. He wrote motions and briefs in several cases, including a suit against a tire manufacturer for exploiting child labor at a Liberian rubber farm and a suit on behalf of Ecuadorian plaintiffs injured by the errant aerial spraying of an herbicide during a U.S.-Colombian coca eradication program. Aaron has represented immigration and asylum clients in removal proceedings and volunteered with the prosecution team at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Prior to joining Everytown, Aaron served as Legal Counsel to the Senate of the Olbiil Era Kelulau, the national congress of the Republic of Palau.
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