Quentin Aker has always been drawn to service and leadership. As a graduate of Wichita’s Northeast Magnet High School which focused on providing unique opportunities to strengthen and promote the arts, law and science, it’s no surprise that Quentin developed an interest in the legal industry. Quentin completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Kansas and went on to receive his law degree from the University of Kansas School of Law. During law school, Quentin realized a passion for defending the criminalization of poverty and lack of access to justice, serving as an Intern for the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence, a project to help prisoners who might not otherwise receive legal representation. Additionally, he served as Professor Jean Phillips’ research assistant for the Kansas Criminal Justice Reform Commission. Now at Martin Pringle, Quentin continues those efforts, representing clients seeking justice in both criminal and civil courts. Quentin focuses his practice on criminal defense law, divorce & family law, civil & commercial litigation including employment law, business law as well as trust & probate litigation.
American Bar Association, Member
Kansas Bar Association, Member
Wichita Bar Association, Member
Inn of Court, Member
W, A Community of Young Professionals, Member