Robert "Rob" A. Morrin was raised and educated in Richmond, Kentucky. He completed his undergraduate studies at Eastern Kentucky University, earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 2004. Upon application to Salmon P. Chase College of Law, he was awarded an academic scholarship which allowed him to attend. While at Chase, he served as a Member of the Honor Council, a Student Representative in the Student Bar Association, Congressional Intern on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., a Group Leader for the pro bono project Water for Haiti, and as a Criminal Defense Intern with the Kentucky Innocence Project. Upon graduating from Chase in 2011 he moved home to found Morrin Law Office in his home town of Richmond, KY, where he has practiced as a personal attorney for Central Kentucky. Mr. Morrin is currently working in cooperation with #EndPartisanship.org to defend and promote the principle that every voter is entitled to an equal right of meaningful participation in the election process, whether or not they choose to affiliate with a political party. Mr. Morrin is admitted to practice in all state courts of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the Eastern District of the United States District Court. Mr. Morrin is an active member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Madison County Bar Association, Fayette County Bar Association, and the Kentucky Justice Association. When he is not protecting the legal interests of his clients, he enjoys spending time with his wife and son, hiking, volunteering, keeping up with local sports and politics, patronizing local businesses, and at least one weekly session of pickup basketball.