Ricardo Aguirre has experience litigating a variety of civil matters. Additionally, he gained valuable experience as a law clerk and legal assistant in various firms from 2012 through 2019. During law school, he had a clerkship at a well-known law firm in the Midwest. He later worked as a staff attorney in the Department of Child Services from 2020-21 and as a staff attorney at Kids’ Voice of Indiana from 2021-23.
Among his successes, he won a termination of parental rights trial and children in need of services trial at his previous firm. Neither have been overturned on appeal. Regardless of various trial victories, some of the best moments in litigation, to him, involve settling a matter before it makes it to trial, that would otherwise take its toll on both parties, specifically when it seems improbable. Ricardo has also presented continuing legal education seminars including an overview of the child welfare system at the 2022 Bench Bar Conference.
Ricardo graduated from Wabash College with a B.A. in Political Science and subsequently, graduated Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 2019. He served as the Education Chair of the Executive Committee for the Young Lawyer Division of the Indianapolis Bar Association, Board Vice President of The STEM Connection, and GAL for Kids’ Voice of Indiana in custody matters.
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Indianapolis Bar Association