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Law Clerk — Jarrod Kinnaird


and strong woman. Arkansas born and raised, she is a University of Arkansas alumni and was a high school teacher for over 40 years. She recently survived a ruptured brain aneurysm and is still kicking it strong.


proud: Being able to look back on my life and be happy with how it has turned out so far.


of Texas. Te hardest thing I have ever done: Move out


At the top of my bucket list is to: Become a grandmaster in chess. You might be surprised to learn that:


I scored a perfect score on the C.L.E.E.T. Handgun Qualification Course in Okla- homa.


My pet peeve is: People who don’t know how to zipper merge.


My favorite meal: Arby’s curly fries and ketchup. Te accomplishment of which I am most


Family information: Tere is my mother, who is an amazing


you end up with a lot you don’t.” — Chuck Palahniuk How long have you been at AAC and can you describe some


Motto or favorite quote: “If you don’t know what you want,


of your projects? I joined the AAC about two weeks before Christmas. Tis was the perfect time to start, as my first accomplishment was eating too much food too quickly at the Christmas party and having to duck out early. Currently, my main project is to finish compiling the Code of Ordinances for nearly all of the counties of Arkansas.


work extremely easy.


everyone who works here. It’s easy to see that everyone is a genuine good person, and they all work well with each other. Tis makes waking up early to come in for


research. I enjoy the ability to multitask, as well as the knowledge I’m gaining from first-hand experience working with the legal team. What I like most about working at the AAC is easily


What do you like most about your position at AAC? I like being versatile. Not many jobs will require someone to go from cramming a Christmas tree into a closet and then straight to doing legal


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COUNTY LINES, WINTER 2015


Jarrod Kinnaird


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