Aaron Schwartz

Aaron SchwartzAaron represents clients in complex litigation and focuses his practice on representing people injured by corporate wrongdoing. Aaron has extensive experience in high stakes litigation. He has successfully represented numerous clients in both federal and state courts. 

Aaron earned his B.A. with distinction from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. During law school, he was a member of the Missouri Law Review and authored two articles selected for publication. He was awarded the Guy A. Thompson Prize for his Law Review comment "Dusting off the Blaine Amendment: Two Challenges to Missouri’s Anti-Establishment Tradition." He also served as an intern for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Shirley Abrahamson and Missouri Court of Appeals Judge Lisa White Hardwick. 

Prior to joining Schlichter, Bogard & Denton, LLP, Aaron clerked for Judge Victor Howard on the Missouri Court of Appeals. After his clerkship Aaron practiced law as a partner with a Kansas City law firm and focused his practice on commercial litigation and employment law.    

In his free time Aaron enjoys fly fishing, chess, and spending time with his family.

Education: University of Missouri, J.D.
University of Wisconsin- Madison, B.A. History and Political Science, with distinction

Admitted: Missouri; Kansas; Illinois
U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit

Taxing Costs (Theory and Practice), 68 J.Mo.Bar 104 (2012)
Comment, Dusting off the Blaine Amendment: Two Challenges to Missouri’s Anti-Establishment Tradition. Mo, 73 Mo.L.Rev.-129 (2008)
Note, Honk to Remove this Demonstration: The Eighth Circuit Adopts a Heckler’s Veto, 70 Mo.L.Rev. 583 (2005)
“The Broad Reach of ‘Control’ (A Litigant’s Duty to Extract Discovery from Third Parties)” 73 J.Mo.Bar 204 (2017)