Prior to joining Johnson Eiesland Law Offices, Aaron completed a two-year clerkship under a United States Senior District Court Judge Andrew W. Bogue. He was involved with a number of jury trials and performed a substantial amount of legal research. During his clerkship with Judge Bogue, Aaron drafted eighteen decisions United States Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Aaron is committed to continuing education through his involvement as a member of the State Bar of South Dakota, the South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the National Trial Lawyers Association. He has also participated with the Trial Lawyers College. For two years, he was an adjunct professor at National American University where he taught legal research, legal writing, business law and employment law. Currently, he serves on the South Dakota State Bar Elder Law Committee, the South Dakota State Bar Strategic Planning Committee, and the Board of Governors for the South Dakota Trial Lawyers Association as a State Delegate to the American Association for Justice. Aaron is a 2012 graduate of the American Association of Justice’s Ultimate Trial Advocacy Course at Harvard University School of Law.
As natives of Rapid City, South Dakota, he and his wife are very active in the community. Aaron is the Vice-President of the Rapid City Public Parks Foundation and is active with the Rapid City Adopt-A-Creek Program. He is family oriented, with much of his free time spent with his wife and daughter. Currently, he coaches his daughter’s ASA fastpitch softball team. Aaron is an avid baseball fan. After his team MVP season at American Legion Post 22 Baseball, Aaron continued playing amateur baseball for 14 years. During his amateur baseball career, he served as player/manager; winning the State A Championship twice and Manager of the Year twice. He continues to support baseball in his community as a Board Member of American Legion Post 22 Baseball in Rapid City, South Dakota.