Houston, Texas 77040
Aaron Reimer earned his undergraduate degree from Dallas Christian College cum laude, with a double major in Theology and Psychology. After graduation, he worked for several years in the banking industry before moving to Houston to attend South Texas College of Law.
While in law school, Aaron clerked for the Honorable Judge Georgia Dempster of the Harris County 308th Family District Court. He also clerked for the Honorable Justice George C. Hanks, Jr., in Houston’s First Court of Appeals and later clerked for a plaintiff’s personal injury firm.
After graduating from law school, Aaron continued his education at the University of Houston Law Center, pursuing a Masters of Law decree in taxation. The specialized training he received provides him added depth of knowledge when handling complex property issues for his clients and make him an invaluable asset to the marital property team.
|Areas of Practice||1) Family Law and 2) Appellate Practice.|
|Law School||South Texas College of Law|
|Education||Dallas Christian College|
|Bar Member / Association||Houston Bar Association, American Bar Association,State Bar of Texas|
|Most recent firm||Jenkins & Kamin, LLP|
Brief Writer /Briefing Attorney / Writer
Minimum 5 years Plaintiff’s brief writing experience required Personal injury/mass torts litigation experience required Trial Court Writing experience mandatory Appellate Experience preferred ...
Personal Injury Litigation Paralegal
Legal Assistant/Paralegal Job Description Scope Assists attorneys in all aspects of pre-trial preparation, trial preparation and post-trial Extensive IT knowledge with some tec...
Attorney Duties: Handle and manage litigation files from inception through trial. Prepare motions and memorandums of law. Prepare pleadings, discovery, demands and responses. Draft reports and ...
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