Aaron has been practicing patent law for over thirteen years and has advised every type of client, ranging from beginning startups to Fortune 100 companies. He specializes in complex prosecution and strategic portfolio management, acquisitions and divestitures of IP, and portfolio creation. Prior to founding Morris & Kamlay with Gary Morris, Aaron worked at the IP specialty firms of Kenyon & Kenyon and Townsend and Townsend and Crew. Aaron has a degree in physics from the University of Evansville, with specialties in writing and mathematics, and a JD from Vanderbilt University Law School. He has technical expertise in computer modeling and simulation, numerical analysis, database management systems, wireless communications, display fabrication, optics, and social networking and media. Aaron is a member of the DC Bar and is admitted to practice before the USPTO.
- B.S. Physics, University of Evansville
- J.D. Vanderbilt University Law School
- Member, District of Columbia bar
- Admitted to practice before the USPTO
- Named a Rising Star in 2012 by Superlawyer magazine