Belmont Law Alumnus Selected for Membership in Louis D. Brandeis American Inn of Court

The Louis D. Brandeis American Inn of Courtrecently selected Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Aaron Klein as an Associate member. Klein earned his J.D. from Belmont’s College of Law in 2016.

Associate members are lawyers with one to five years of experience, and their terms of membership are two years. There will be six meetings during the membership year 2020-21, starting in September.

The Louis D. Brandeis American Inn of Court is one of approximately 400 American Inns of Court in the U.S. and was founded in 1995. The mission of the American Inns of Court is to foster excellence in professionalism, ethics, civility and legal skills. Members are divided into one of four categories: Master of the Bench, Honorary Masters, Barristers and Associates.  Masters select the new members and place them in the appropriate category. 

Klein is an attorney in the firm’s Louisville office and is a member of the Construction Service Group. His practice focuses on advising owners, contractors, subcontractors, design professionals and trade and materials contractors in all phases of the building process. He brings value to clients through experience in both construction litigation and transactional matters. 

Outside of the firm, Klein is active in both professional and community organizations. He is a member of the Young Lawyers Division for the Louisville, Kentucky and American Bar Associations. He serves as the Vice President of the Kentucky Bar Association’s Construction and Public Contracting Section and holds leadership positions in the American Bar Association’s Forum on Construction Law. Klein also serves as a member of the Board of Regents of Farmington Historic Plantation.

About Stites & Harbison

Stites & Harbison, PLLC is a nationally recognized, full-service business and litigation law firm with 10 offices in five states – Kentucky, Georgia, Indiana, Tennessee and Virginia. Tracing its origins to 1832, Stites & Harbison is one of the oldest law practices in the nation. For more information, visit www.stites.com.