Jarret honored by R.I. Bar Association

Jarret honored by R.I. Bar Association

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Attorney Aram P. Jarret Jr. of North Smithfield was honored by the Rhode Island Bar Association at its annual meeting on June 14 in recognition of 50 years of outstanding service to the legal profession and to the Bar Association.

A graduate of Classical High School, the University of Notre Dame and Georgetown Law School, Jarret was admitted to the practice of law in Rhode Island in June of 1969. While engaging in the general practice of law in Northern Rhode Island, Jarret served as the prosecutor for the city of Woonsocket for 18 years, as bail commissioner for the State of Rhode Island, and as the Probate Judge for the town of North Smithfield. He has also been serving as the Municipal Court Judge for the town of North Smithfield since the court’s inception in 2010.

A North Smithfield resident, attorney Jarret is the father of four children, grandfather to seven children, and is currently practicing law with his son, Jay. He is a member of the Woonsocket Rotary Club and a member of the adult choir at St. John’s Church in North Smithfield.