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Grad students assist small business owners

Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate students are helping the Arkansas Small Business Technology and Development Center give small business owners an edge in determining export opportunities.

ARPAC support in the ledge

Two trustees for the Arkansas Realtors Political Action Committee, Ken Gill and Alan Trammell met at the headquarters of the Little Rock Realtors Association to present Representative Fred Allen (right) with a check on July 15.

July 25-31, 2016

I Swear

In a dystopian future era, applicable law dictates that if you are single after a certain age, you must take up residence in The Hotel for 45 days.

SmArts

This week my very dear friend Hilary came to visit me from California. We get to see each other about once every year, twice if it’s a good year.

The Critic's Corner

Inconsequential. That was the word that popped into my head after I saw the “Ghostbusters” remake. It’s not terrible. It’s not great. It just doesn’t matter.

Kay’s Cooking Corner

One of the most beautiful signs of spring is the flowering cherry tree, promising succulent sweet, juicy fruits about two to three months away.

Are we there yet?

The final round of this year’s Open Championship was one of the best ever.

The Practical Lawyer

US News and World Report had some good news for Arkansas law school graduates in its latest annual survey – they have some of the least student debt in the nation.

Natural State Snapshot

Greer’s Ferry Lake, Heber Springs, AR. The clouds and water on a recent trip to Greer’s Ferry Lake were too pretty to pass up.

Dirt Law at Ground Level

State appellate courts and federal courts publish their opinions as guide posts and reminders to lawyers and clients.

Insurance Insights

I am pleased to write this week about the professionals in our Consumer Services Division for the vigorous work they have performed on behalf of Arkansas consumers during the first six months of the year.

View from the Cheap Seats

I was watching some show the other day and someone made the remark that musicians never retire.

Grad students assist small business owners

Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate students are helping the Arkansas Small Business Technology and Development Center give small business owners an edge in determining export opportunities.

ARPAC support in the ledge

Two trustees for the Arkansas Realtors Political Action Committee, Ken Gill and Alan Trammell met at the headquarters of the Little Rock Realtors Association to present Representative Fred Allen (right) with a check on July 15.