Aaron Hines

Employers and businesses are often faced with internal and external issues that require the assistance or input of an attorney. For most, working with an attorney is not a pleasant experience. Aaron Hines strives to challenge the status quo of attorney representation. His early experience running his own business during high school and college allowed him to appreciate business principles and interact with other business-minded individuals. It is that life experience that helped shape his practice and makes him uniquely suited to help you and your business. More...

Aaron grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and attended Northern Kentucky University where he obtained his Bachelor’s degree. He went on to attend Liberty University School of Law in Virginia and served as the Symposium Editor of the Law Review, graduating in the top 1/3 of his class. After law school, he relocated to Orlando, Florida to be with his wife, a native of Altamonte Springs, Florida.

He began his legal career representing individuals in real estate litigation and employment law matters. He went on to represent large banking institutions in litigation throughout Central Florida. That experience ranged from prosecution of foreclosure actions to defense in eminent domain proceedings. Aaron then refocused his practice on employment law and complex commercial litigation.

His current practice includes commercial litigation, business/corporate law, employment litigation, and employer/management counseling. He is experienced in litigating a wide range of legal issues and is admitted to practice in all Federal and State Courts in Florida.

While not practicing law, Aaron enjoys spending time outdoors, fishing, and being active with his family. Aaron is also a huge Formula One fan and has attended several races in North America and Europe.


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Aaron Hines

Practice Areas


Professional Organizations
• Florida Bar Association
• Orange County Bar Association
• George C. Young American Inn of Court

Bar Admissions
• Florida Bar
• 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
• U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida
• U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
• U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida
• U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida

• Juris Doctor, Liberty University School of Law
• Bachelor’s of Art, Northern Kentucky University