Aaron Cash grew up in Heavener, Oklahoma and now lives in Rogers, Arkansas. After high school, he attended Carl Albert State College while working at a local grocery store.
Two years later, Mr. Cash graduated as the top academic student in his class, earning an Associate of Arts in Pre-Law Criminal Justice. After Carl Albert, he enrolled at Northeastern State University.
During his time at Northeastern, Mr. Cash worked as a supervisor and cook for on-campus restaurants while maintaining a 4.0 GPA.
He was inducted into the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society as a lifetime member and also served as an international student mentor.
Mr. Cash graduated summa cum laude from Northeastern with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. After finishing his undergraduate studies, Mr. Cash attended the University of Arkansas School of Law where he graduated magna cum laude.
During law school, he completed internships with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Arkansas; the LeFlore County, Oklahoma District Attorney’s Office; and the Tyson Foods, Inc. Legal Department.
Additionally, he was a subcommittee member for the National Commission on Indian Trust Administration and Reform. During his last semester.
Mr. Cash worked as a certified student attorney for the University of Arkansas Criminal Clinic where he represented juvenile clients charged with misdemeanors and felonies. Mr. Cash practices criminal, family, and immigration law.