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William H. Bowen School of Law

Pulaski County Courthouse

Pulaski County Courthouse

The mission of the Pulaski County Bar Association is to serve our members, our profession and the public by promoting professionalism, collegiality, education and service among members of the bench and bar to advance the cause of justice in our community.

Dear Fellow Lawyers:

It is an honor to serve as your Pulaski County Bar Association President during the next year. I have some exciting news to report to you regarding the 2014-15 bar year. One year ago, your PCBA Board of Directors set financial, membership, and program goals. It is with great pride that I can report that the PCBA is vibrant and thriving. Membership has increased to an all-time high, and our CLE programs are timely, interesting, and well-attended. The Board is committed to increasing membership, providing informative CLEs and including and encouraging all members to support one another both professionally and socially.

I am also pleased to report that the PCBA has been working hard to make changes in the way we process payments for dues, CLEs, monthly membership luncheons and other activities. These changes were made based on your requests for a more efficient, user friendly credit card processing center.

We will now be accepting online credit card payments for all PCBA activities. Beginning with your dues payment for the 2014-15 bar year, we welcome you to complete your membership renewal form (see above button) and make your dues payment online. You will be provided a receipt immediately upon payment. You may also make your credit card donations to the Pulaski County Bar Foundation online as well.

To make sure that this new system works at the most efficient level possible, all credit card payments must be made online. We will continue to accept personal and business checks for payment.

It is very exciting to begin my term, and I thank you for the opportunity you have given me to serve. Please do not hesitate to contact me, or any of your board members, if you have any questions, concerns, or wish to become more involved in the work that we do. Here’s to another great year!

Melanie H. Martin

Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney
Office of the Prosecuting Attorney
224 S. Spring St.
Little Rock, AR 72201
(501) 340-8069
fax: (501) 340-3532

All Pulaski County attorneys should be members of the PCBA. Your membership provides you with important access to our local legal community and professional opportunities including: Continuing Education – The PCBA provides top-notch continuing legal educational programs offering CLE credit to lawyers around the state. PCBA members enjoy a discount on all CLE programs – […]

Judge Cathleen V. Compton

Byron J. “B.J.” Walker
(501) 375-9131

Past President
Melanie H. Martin

Lee Short

Board of Directors
Shana Woodard Graves
Kelly W. McNulty
Erin O’Leary
Marjorie Rogers
Jeff Swann
Betsy Turner
Brooke Augusta Ware

Ex Officio
Charles T. Coleman
Nicole Lovell
William A. “Bill” Martin
Dean Michael Schwartz
Judge Barry Sims

Executive Director
Carol A. King
(501) 324-9929