Aaron Day is an Associate in the Queensland practice of Chambers Russell Lawyers and practices in commercial litigation with a focus on strata title disputes, building and construction disputes, debt recovery, and insolvency.
Prior to joining Chambers Russell, Aaron worked in-house for a large financial institution managing the dispute resolution team. In this capacity, he oversaw the disputes handling function nation-wide and provided legal advice in areas such as commercial litigation, dispute resolution, fraud, deceptive conduct, contract law, and risk management.
Before moving in-house, Aaron worked at a national firm in the dispute resolution and insolvency team. He represented clients in a range of jurisdictions including the Local, District, and Supreme Courts.
Prior to this, Aaron worked at a large international firm where he had the conduct of litigious matters in areas such as administrative law, migration law, and contract law. He regularly appeared as an advocate within the range of Commonwealth Courts across New South Wales and Victoria, including the Federal Court, and Federal Circuit Court.
Before practising law, Aaron was a corporate strategist. He provided advice to clients on strategies to maximise the value of their businesses. This involved tracking industry and competitive trends, developing forecasting models and scenario analysis, examining strategic performance, spotting emerging market opportunities, identifying business threats, and looking for innovative strategic solutions.
Aaron holds a Bachelor of Business from Southern Cross University and a Bachelor of Laws from Griffith University. He also completed a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice and a Legal Practice Management Course, both through the College of Law. He was admitted to practice in April 2015. He is also admitted to the High Court of Australia and is a member of the Law Society of New South Wales.