Martell joined Anderson & Kreiger in 2021 after graduating from the University of Kentucky Law School where he was a member of the diversity and inclusion committee for the Kentucky Law Journal. Prior to that, Martell worked as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Chief Justice Denise Clayton of the Kentucky Court of Appeals and was a 2020 Summer Associate at Anderson & Kreiger. In addition to his work as a law clerk, while pursuing his Masters in Community Leadership and Development from the University of Kentucky, Martell worked as a graduate research assistant on two important projects. Martell worked as the principal investigator on a six-state land study to determine land ownership inequality in the Appalachian region. Martell also researched value-based supply chains to facilitate the creation of a national database to identify prominent community-supported agricultural organizations that assist in providing resources to food deserts.
Kentucky Court of Appeals, Chief Judge Denise Clayton
pending admission in Massachusetts (sat for July 2021 bar examination)
University of Kentucky Law School, J.D., 2021
University of Kentucky, M.S., Community Leadership and Development, 2018
University of Kentucky, B.S., Community Leadership and Development, May 2014
Outside of the office, Martell likes to travel to the beach, be outdoors, and enjoys trying new restaurants.