Paemon Aramjoo is a founding partner at Aramjoo Law Firm. Paemon Aramjoo handles matters including but not limited to family law, criminal law, juvenile law, and civil litigation in the Liberty and Kansas City area. In addition to his work at Aramjoo Law Firm, Paemon is currently the Assistant County Counselor for Clay County, handling various probate matters, serves as an arbitrator for the Clay County Office of Dispute Resolution, and is a certified Guardian ad Litem and mediator.
A Kansas City north-lander, Paemon graduated high school from Oak Park High School. Finishing his Associate’s at Maple Woods Community College, Paemon decided to pursue his degree in Philosophy. Upon completing his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, with a minor in General Business, from Northwest Missouri State University, he decided that seeking his law degree would help him reach his goal of helping his community.
Graduating from University of Missouri-Kansas City Law School, Paemon developed a strong interest in opening his own firm. Spending his first year interning at the Center for Practical Bioethics, his eyes were opened to the broad issues that society faces in the field of bioethics. Spending two years at the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office, Paemon spent his time in a number of divisions, learning and participating in the various stages a criminal case goes through.
Throughout his career, Paemon has continued to expand his interests in working in different areas of law. From representing clients through a jury trial to preparing his clients for mediation, Paemon strives to ensure the client feels comfortable, informed, and prepared.
When Paemon is not practicing law, he enjoys riding motorcycles, racing dirt bikes, and anything else that involves the outdoors.
- Federal Court – Western District of Missouri
- Juris Doctorate – University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law
- Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Minor in General Business – Northwest Missouri State University
- Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office
- Cold Case
- Independence, Missouri Warrant Desk
- General Crimes
- Family Support (Child Support Division)
- Center for Practical Bioethics
Awards and Recognition
- Urban Lawyer Staff Member
- Terry L. Thomas Trial Practice Award
- Dillingham Public Service Award
- Highest Honors in Pro Bono and Public Service
- Board Member of Clay County Bar Association
- Board Member of Clay County Transitions program
- Past President and current member of Liberty Kiwanis Club