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Jamie C. Deaton


Jamie C. Deaton was born and raised in Somerset, Kentucky, where he attended Southwestern High School. Mr. Deaton then earned his bachelor's degree in Political Science from Eastern Kentucky University and his Juris Doctor Degree from Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University. As a result of his academic achievements in law school, Mr. Deaton received numerous Deans List accolades and graduated with Cum Laude honors.

During law school, Mr. Deaton served as a law clerk for the Children's Law Center of Covington, assisting attorneys in representing the welfare of children. Mr. Deaton also clerked at the law firm of Busald, Funk, Zevely, where he worked primarily on family law matters.

After graduating from law school in 2017, Mr. Deaton was admitted to the practice of law in the Commonwealth Of Kentucky. Mr. Deaton began his legal career as a Staff Attorney for Judge Richard A. Woeste of the Campbell County Family Court.

Mr. Deaton focuses his practice mainly on family law.

Mr. Deaton is excited to return to his Pulaski County roots and honored to serve the community that he cares for dearly.



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