Clayton Aarons is currently employed as a Solo Practitioner in the Law Offices of Clayton A. Aarons, LLC in Largo, Maryland. Clayton was formerly employed by the State’s Attorney’s Office for Prince George’s County, Maryland as Chief of the Circuit Court Division. He had served as Assistant Chief of the District Court Division and as Chief of the Homicide Unit. Prior to his employment there, he was an Assistant Public Defender for Prince George’s County, Maryland from August 1987 to August 2000 and served on active duty in the US Army Judge Advocate Generals Corps from 1985 to August 1987.
His bar activities have included service on the Board of Directors of the Community Legal Services of Prince George’s County from 2002- 2010, as a member and as Secretary for two years. He has served on the Maryland State Bar Association’s, Board of Directors for the Pro Bono Resource Center in Baltimore, Maryland for three years. He has had the pleasure to serve for the past three years on the Board of Directors of the Prince George’s County Bar Association. I have served as a volunteer attorney assisting homeowners in battling mortgage foreclosures. In addition to my bar activities, I have served on the Maryland State Department of Education’s Parent Advisory Council Education Policy Subcommittee 2003-2004 and on the Board of Trustees for Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church, for the past eight years, as a member and as Chair of the 1444 Q Street Committee, which has successfully undertaken to renovate the old historic parsonage into a market rate rentable townhouse development. I intend to continue my service to the bar and the community. My service includes serving on the board and promoting fellow attorneys to participate in bar activities and in joining the bar as members of this organization.