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  • Website Upgrade

    We are in the process of upgrading our website.  This upgrade is causing some issues with access to our site.  Using the Chrome browser is working better than Internet Explorer but may still experience intermittent issues.  Technical support personnel are working diligently to resolved these issues.  Please excuse any inconvenience this may cause.
  • Mark your calendar for February 7- 9, 2018 and meet me at Mid-Year!

    The 2017-2018 Mid Year Meeting will be February 7 - 9, 2018 at the Capital & Marriott Hotels in Little Rock.  This is an excellent opportunity to network with peers in the legal profession.  You will be able fulfill ALL of your Arkansas license renewal requirements in just three days.  As always we are offering 
     an array of substantive CLE and several networking opportunities including two cocktail hours and a YLS after party.  

     The Arkansas Bar Association’s House of Delegates will convene on Friday, February 9, 2018. 

     With a variety of tracks to choose from there will be something for everyone. 


     Tracks include: 

    AttPro Risk Management
    Probate Track
    Elder Law Track
    ADR Track
    NITA(National Institute for Trial Advocacy Program) Track
    Young Lawyers Section Track

     

     Registration is now open: Due to database and website upgrades, online registration is currently unavailable. Please use the paper registration form, or to register over the phone, please contact Alexis Teal at 501-801-5675.

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  • LITTLE ROCK, AR (May 15, 2017)  – Today, I notified the association membership that a proposed initiated constitutional amendment will be considered June 16 by the House of Delegates during the 2017 Annual Meeting in Hot Springs.  A copy of the proposed ...

  • My comments are limited to Section 3 of the proposal concerning the rule making authority for the judicial branch. Neither I nor the Supreme Court nor others in the judiciary offer any comment or position on the other sections of the resolution.  * ...

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  • As I reflected upon the swearing in of Chief Justice John Dan Kemp, and Justice Shawn Womack in January this year, I wrote that [o]ur democratic system depends upon all three branches functioning within the proper spheres and subject to the checks and ...

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