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Not one to shy away from a challenge, Derick Brooks first got into real estate in 2009, shortly after the onslaught of the economic crisis. Looking back, he considers the move a boon to his career.
When Robert Crittenden and Chester Ashley agreed to go into partnership on November 1, 1820, they probably had no idea that their groundwork would lead to a present-day, nearly 200-year-old law firm.
Even at a young age, Ashley Wimberley already had a taste for the newspaper industry.
With a broad smile and contagious zeal, Ryan Miller sits in his office at the Bailey Alumni Center on the UA Little Rock campus, planning his week.
You enter Oaklawn Park through a row of turnstiles just past the sidewalk on Central Avenue.
Wright Lindsey Jennings (WLJ) is pleased to announce that attorney Stephen R. Lancaster has been elected by the partnership to serve as managing partner, effective Jan. 1, 2018. Lancaster succeeds Ed Lowther in that role.
From both an economic and industry standpoint, Central Arkansas is ripe for healthcare startup companies to call home.
As a service based organization, the Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers (AAWL) aims to honor and support women in the legal profession.
“It’s an amazing space,” says Carey Roberson, UA Little Rock’s Interim Chair of the Art Department, as he makes his way through the 3D wing of the newly unveiled Windgate Center of Art & Design.
As president of the North Pulaski Board of Realtors (NPBOR) this year, Daniel Gray has set a goal of engaging more members.
Natural State Snapshot
February 19-25, 2018
Photo by Bobby Burton
From my visit to Mirror Lake Dam Falls at Blanchard Springs Caverns.