I am a lifelong resident of Kenton County. My wife Meredith and I live in Fort Wright with our two children. I grew up in Covington, in the same house on Russell Street that now serves as the office of The Sanders Law Firm. I attended Summit Country Day School in Cincinnati, for grades K through 12, and graduated in 1995.
I attended The University of Chicago, before tranferring to the University of Kentucky, where I was a member of the Wildcats varsity baseball team. I was named to the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll as a pitcher at UK and earned my B.A. degree, Summa Cum Laude, in Political Science. I then earned my Juris Doctor degree, Cum Laude, from the Pepperdine University School of Law, in California.
Since graduating from law school, I have practiced law with my family's firm. Justin’s practice focus is litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury, products liability, criminal defense, family, and business law.
I also served as a felony prosecutor in the Kenton Commonwealth's Attorney's Office. In that role, I successfully prosecuted many different kinds of criminals, including burglars, fugitives from justice, thieves, child abusers, and murderers. I obtainedthe first conviction in Kentucky history for felony torture of a domestic animal.
I enjoy being active in my community and have a strong commitment to public service. I coach youth sports and volunteer for various activities at my children’s schools. I am on the Board of Directors of the Northern Kentucky Forum, a non-partisan, volunteer organization focused on civic engagement and civil discussions of current national topics and issues and how they play out on the local, Northern Kentucky stage. I also helped start the A.J. Cohen Memorial Fund, a charity dedicated to educating high school and college students about fire safety and prevention.
I have spent a total of twelve years as a volunteer with the American Youth Foundation (“AYF”), serving as a counselor and staff member at the organization’s annual National Leadership Conference in Shelby, Michigan. The AYF teaches and fosters leadership skills in young adults, so that they may make a positive impact in their own communities. I am a graduate of the AYF’s leadership program and was named a Mentor for the Leadership Conference’s class of 2003.
I am a member of the Campbell County Game and Fish Protective Association. The purposes of that organization include promoting conservation of Kentucky’s wildlife, forests, streams, and other natural resources; teaching and promoting safe firearms handling and skills; and facilitating family-oriented recreational activities for members and their guests.
Licensed since 2004
Contingent (33-40%), Retainer (Sometimes)
I endorse this lawyer. Justin Sanders provides top notch representation to his clients. He cares about his clients' interests and will advocate to the finish for the best possible result. If you are an injury victim, Justin's professionalism can not be beat.
Amy Wells Identity Theft Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
|KY||Authorized to practice law||2004||06/02/2015|
|Felony Prosecutor||Kenton Commonwealth's Attorney's Office||2007 - 2009|
|Partner||The Sanders Law Firm||2004 - Present|
|Pepperdine University School of Law||N/A||JD||2004|
|University of Kentucky||Political Science||Bachelor of Arts||2000|
|University of Chicago||N/A||Unknown||N/A|