Saint Louis University School of Law,
University of Illinois at Springfield,
B.A., summa cum laude
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Mound City Bar Association
Thompson Coburn LLP
St. Louis Civilian Oversight Board
Nominated by St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay to represent District Four (Wards 7, 8, 9, and 17), 2017-Present
Aaron's work for more than a decade as a software developer in the financial and insurance industries informs his work today on behalf of business litigation clients.
His tech experience also gives him a unique understanding of e-commerce and commercial transactions, which helps as he guides clients in these and other industries, including banking, telecommunications and agriculture.
Aaron has experience working in Sweepstakes law and has researched and written about sweepstakes and litigation topics for some of Thompson Coburn's blogs.
Outside the office, Aaron has provided pro bono work for Legal Services of Eastern Missouri and is a member of the Mound City Bar Association. In 2017, Aaron was nominated by St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay to serve on the city's Civilian Oversight Board, which is tasked with the independent review of citizen complaints and ensuring police officer accountability. Aaron represents District Four (comprising Wards 7, 8, 9, and 17).
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