About Aaron & Paternoster

08-09-2010_10-14-31_Matthew_Aaron_Head_Shot_PhotoPrior to co-founding Aaron & Paternoster, attorney Glenn Paternoster’s education took him around the world. Coming from Southern California, Glenn Paternoster studied biology abroad at the University of Santo Tomas, in Manila, Philippines. In 1989, Glenn Paternoster earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of the Pacific Eberhardt School of Business, in California. Two years later, Glenn Paternoster engaged in coursework on global legal issues at the University of Innsbruck’s Institute of World Legal Problems, in Austria. Glenn Paternoster earned his Juris Doctor from Oregon’s Willamette University College of Law in 1993. The following year, Glenn Paternoster was admitted to practice law in California and Nevada.

For a year, Glenn Paternoster worked as an Associate at a California law firm dedicated to legal matters related to construction defects. Glenn Paternoster moved to Las Vegas, where he co-founded his consumer bankruptcy and plaintiffs personal injury law firm, Aaron & Paternoster, with fellow attorney, Matthew Aaron. Eventually, Aaron & Paternoster opened seven offices between Nevada and California. Today, Aaron & Paternoster maintains only its Las Vegas location.

At Aaron & Paternoster, Glenn Paternoster practices many areas of law, such as personal injury, brain injury, head injury, burn injury, truck accidents, nursing home abuse and neglect, airplane crash litigation, negligent security, and mass torts. Glenn Paternoster’s work at Aaron & Paternoster earned him the title of Advocate of Trial Advocate from the American Trial Lawyers Association in 2002, and Colleague from the Nevada Law Foundation for his community service. Glenn Paternoster’s seven-figure victories in personal injury suits earned him membership in the Million Dollar Advocate Forum.

When not working at Aaron & Paternoster, Glenn Paternoster enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters. He also likes golfing and skiing.


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