Meet Aaron D. Wersing
Aaron Wersing is the founder of the Law Office of Aaron D. Wersing. His practice focuses on assisting federal employees with a broad array of litigation and transactional matters. Mr. Wersing’s practice includes the evaluation and resolution of a diverse variety of federal employment matters.
During his many years of practice, Mr. Wersing has helped hundreds of clients win their jobs back, stop discriminatory practices and hostile work environments, reverse suspensions, be granted reasonable accommodations for medical or religious needs, prevent unlawful license revocation, and resolve many other workplace issues.
Mr. Wersing’s experience across virtually all aspects of federal government employment allows him to effectively assist his clients in resolving practically any federal employment issue both efficiently and effectively.
Mr. Wersing graduated from the Georgia State University College of Law with a Doctorate in Jurisprudence and was the recipient of the CALI Excellence for the Future Award. During law school, Mr. Wersing volunteered at the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, helping underprivileged individuals and families with overwhelming tax burdens. Mr. Wersing previously attended the University of Georgia, where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting. While there, Mr. Wersing was a member of the Honors Program, the Dean’s List, and named as a Presidential Scholar.
Mr. Wersing is an active member in his local community. Mr. Wersing acts as a volunteer attorney with Houston Volunteer Lawyers, the pro bono legal aid organization of the Houston Bar Association. He is also a member of professional legal organizations such as the National Employment Lawyers Association and the American Inns of Court. In his free time, Mr. Wersing loves spending time with his wife and three children, long-distance cycling, and acting as a volunteer EMT with his local fire department.