Aaron A. Price, a resident of Louisville, has lived and grown up in Kentucky since his father retired from the United States Marine Corps in 1993. He holds a bachelor’s degree in both communications and political science from the University of Louisville and is attending UofL's Louis D. Brandeis School of Law. After graduation he intends to help injured Kentuckians throughout the Commonwealth as a trial lawyer.
He is the past president of both the UofL Arts and Sciences Student Council and Order of Omega. During his undergraduate education his involvement in those organizations, as well as others, led to him being named the Student Government Senator of the Year as well as the Intrafraternity Council’s Greek Man of the Year. In law school Mr. Price has served as the Student Bar Association’s liaison to the Louisville Bar Association, represented the law school as a member of the National Mock Trial Team, and is the recent recipient of the Kentucky District Judge’s Award for Client Advocacy.
Mr. Price currently helps provide legal services for the poor as a member of UofL's Law Clinic and assists the attorneys of Bahe, Cook, Cantley, and Jones, PLLC, in their representation of injured Kentuckians as a law clerk. He is a member of the Louisville Bar Association, the Kentucky Justice Association, The Brandeis Inn of Court, and the Young Professional’s Association of Louisville. Mr. Price is the student member of the Council and will serve until June 2011.
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