William Aramony

Of counsel, Fluet, Huber, & Hoang, 2013-2014

American Bar Association (ABA) Legal Assistance for Military Personnel (LAMP) Committee Member, 2014-2015

American Legion District 17 Legislative Coordinator, 2014

American Legion Legislative subcommittee, Department of Virginia, 2013-June 2015

Commander, American Legion Post 24, June 2011-June 2013

U.S. Navy Reserves, Judge Advocate Corps, 1982-2012 (CAPT ,JAGC, USN)

Co-Chair Military Law Committee, Bar Association of the D.C. (2006-2014)

Director, Judge Advocates Association (2009-2014)

Member of the bars to the following Courts:

  • U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of Virginia, District of Columbia and Maryland
  • The U.S. Court of Federal Claims
  • The appellate courts of the Federal, District of Columbia, and Fourth Circuits
  • The United States Supreme Court

Law Firm of William S. Aramony (1998 to present)

Law Firm of Kator and Scott (1998)

Law Firm of Kator, Scott, and Heller (1981-1997)

Law Firms of Kenkel and Barnard, specializing in broadcast law, and of Kator and Hill, specializing in employment law (1979 – 1980) (simultaneously  employed by both firms)

Some Reserve Officer positions held between 1982 and 2011:

  • Active Duty with Naval Legal Service Office (NLSO), San Diego, Trial Counsel, Command Services (advising Commands), and Assistant Ethics Adviser recall March 1992-October 1992.
  • Naval Reserves (NR) drilling Reservist with Code 14, Federal Tort Claims and Code 15, General Litigation.
  • Commanding Officer, NLSO Norfolk Naval Reserves  Unit (1998-1999)
  • VTU Law District of Columbia member and Instructor/Facilitator for Reserve Drilling Officers (Line and Staff) Leadership Courses
  • Commanding Officer Voluntary Training Unit Law in District of Columbia and mobilization legal readiness adviser for Reserve Centers in six States within Naval Reserve Command Region  Six (2001-2004)
  • Senior Attorney, Commander Naval Region Mid-Atlantic Command  (2004-2007)
  • Appellate Defense  (2007-2008)
  • Commanding Officer,  NLSO Reserves New Orleans NR (Command included drilling Reserves and LSO offices in six States) (2008-2010)
  • Executive Officer in VTU Law D.C., non-paid drills with a Reserve lawyer unit (2010-2011)


University of South Carolina, J.D.

University of Notre Dame, B.A.

Multiple military law and continuing legal education courses.