Aaron Mayers completed his pupillage at 3PB in 2021 and is now a member of chambers with a particular interest in general civil, commercial and chancery litigation.
Aaron graduated with a First Class Law degree, before obtaining a BPTC qualification and being called to the Bar in 2018. Aaron is also an ADR-ODR qualified civil mediator.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Aaron worked as a paralegal with Signature Litigation in London and also with Baker & Partners in Jersey. He covered offshore and multi-jurisdictional matters in relation to commercial litigation and trusts disputes.
Aaron also has experience working in the charities sector. He was previously a volunteer caseworker at the Zacchaeus 2000 Trust, representing clients in social welfare disputes. He is currently a Trustee at the Bridging the Bar Charity.
Supreme Court guidance on non-compete clauses
10th Aug 2021
Harcus Sinclair LLP and another (Respondents) v Your Lawyers Ltd (Appellant)  UKSC 32
David Kemeny and Aaron Mayers analyse Harcus Sinclair LLP and another (Respondents) v Your Lawyers Ltd (Appellant)  UKSC 32 in which the Supreme Court considers whether, in determining a promisee’s legitimate interests, a court can take into account what the parties thought (assessed objectively at the time it was signed) would occur as a consequence of entering into an NDA containing a restraint of trade clause, in addition to the express and implied provisions of the contract itself.