Aidan Cameron is a barrister employed by Kate Davenport QC, Derek Nolan QC, Simon Foote and Rowan Butler.
Prior to joining chambers, Aidan was a Senior Solicitor at Russell McVeagh. Aidan has experience across a wide range of fields, including commercial disputes, public law litigation, planning, environmental, and public works issues, and te ao Māori.
Aidan has appeared as counsel in various courts, including the Court of Appeal. Aidan graduated with a BA/LLB from the University of Otago, and was admitted to the bar in 2014.
Recently, Aidan was counsel along with Simon Foote QC for the applicant in Christiansen v Director-General of Health  NZHC 886, where the High Court granted interim orders allowing Mr Christiansen to leave managed isolation to visit his dying father – the first exemption of its kind in New Zealand – and resulting in a Government review of all 24 previous decisions to decline leave on compassionate grounds under the Health Act (Managed Air Arrivals) Order