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  • New Supreme Court per curium

    ​The Supreme Court issued a per curium in RE Proposed Amendments to the Arkansas Rules of Civil Procedure with comments due October 6, 2017. 
     
     These proposed changes concern limited scope representation by attorneys.

  • Websiste down a few hours on 9/14/17

    ​The Association database is being upgraded, and this will cause a website outage for a couple of hours. We will have the website back online as quickly as possible. To access fastcase during the downtime, please go to www.fastcase.com and sign up for a free trial.

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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 ...

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  • News Release For Immediate Release Contact: Denise Hoggard hoggard@rainfirm.com LITTLE ROCK, AR (February 8, 2017) The Arkansas Bar Association is opposed to any attempt to usurp the constitutional authority of the judicial ...

  • On January 10, 2017, I attended the Arkansas Supreme Court swearing in ceremony for Chief Justice John Dan Kemp, and Justice Shawn Womack. Chief Justice Kemps comments have been posted to the Arkansas Supreme Court website and can be found by clicking ...