Aaron T. Frazier
Aaron T. Frazier is a litigation attorney with the law firm Harris Beach PLLC. Mr. Frazier holds a law degree from Cornell University, and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Harvard University. He is also an alumnus of the Rochester City School District’s School of the Arts, where he studied theater technology.
Mr. Frazier’s community involvement includes service as an advisor to the Youth Graduation Committee of the City of Rochester My Brother’s Keeper Initiative, as an advisor to the Judicial System Committee of the Rochester Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative, and as an officer of the Rochester Black Bar Association - a professional, civic, and charitable organization of minority and majority lawyers and judges. He is also affiliated with the Monroe County Bar Association, the Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys, the Urban League of Rochester, the American Red Cross of Greater Rochester, and the Rochester Area Vegan Society. Mr. Frazier also advises and coaches mock trial teams at the high school and undergraduate level.
He is a past recipient of the New York Daily Record’s “Up and Coming Attorney Award,” the University of Rochester’s “Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass Award in the Humanities and Social Sciences,” and the New York State Bar Association’s “Community Service Award.”