Many attorneys seem to have an emphasis on simply benefitting themselves. This may be a gross generalization, but the flood of jokes with attorneys being the punchline, as well as the laws passed to prevent attorneys from profiting too much off of their clients should be a signal to the general attitude to the field of law. That is why Grover Arnett has always made a point to have an attitude of service since the beginning of his career, both academically and occupationally and to always put the people he is representing’s best interests first in every case he takes on. He earned his undergraduate education at Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, Kentucky as well as earned his Bachelor’s of Arts in Elementary Education. He served as student body president in order to help represent his class’ needs which carried into his law practice later in his life. He then went on to earn his Juris Doctorate at Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law.
Being an attorney of the people, Grover Arnett wanted to give back to the community that helped him achieve his education goals. Therefore, he wrote fundraising materials that helped other deserving recipients with scholarships as well. This was his own way to pay it forward for the next generation of attorneys. He is a long-time member of the A.B. “Happy” Chandler Foundation which provides students in need with college scholarships. In addition to these charities, he also founded, and currently serves as chairperson, the William O. and Easter Arnett Memorial Foundation. This emphasis of helping people and being of service first is a part of who Grover Arnett is and he brings that to every case he takes on.