Utah Attorney Aaron Drake knows what it means to fight for your rights. For more than twelve years as an attorney, he has traveled the globe in pursuit of justice and the protection of rights. Whether protecting human rights, civil rights, constitutional rights, or YOUR RIGHTS, his principal motivation has always been to fight for what IS RIGHT.
Having practiced law all over the world, he firmly believes that here in the United States we enjoy the fairest, most robust legal system on earth. Even so, legal matters can be of such consequence that they require the assistance of a seasoned professional who will stand with you and zealously represent your interests.
Following the 9/11 Attacks, Aaron joined the Air Force ROTC during law school and upon graduation served over 12 years as a military lawyer, including one combat tour in Iraq and many other assignments around the world.
Aaron completed law school at Brigham Young University in 2004, graduating in the top 5% of his class. He speaks Spanish fluently and has spent significant time in Central and South America.
Good Attorney Associate Attorney - Utah Attorney Shantelle L. Argyle
Shantelle L. Argyle finished law school with the intention of helping people like herself; people of modest means and without a lot of options for legal representation. Shantelle is passionate about serving those who really have no other options: those in the middle, who are working hard but can be easily crippled by a legal setback. When no such job existed, Shantelle started Open Legal Services, Utah’s first nonprofit modest means law firm, in the hopes of serving that group and also building a life for herself and her family. Shantelle has worked for several private law firms and as a public defender. She co-founded Open Legal Services to bring truly affordable justice to those who really have no other options. She practices criminal and family law, and has worked on cases ranging from child custody to murder. Shantelle attended law school at the University of Utah and graduated in 2013. She is admitted to practice law in Utah.