Bill Vickery (Political Strategist & Host of The Sunday Buzz), Michael John Gray (Chairman of the Arkansas Democrats) and Jessi Turnure (Political Reporter for KARK & Host of Capitol View) spoke in October’s Monthly Luncheon at The Little Rock Club in Little Rock. The topic of discussion was "Arkansas and Upcoming Elections: A Panel." See below [...]
Justice Annabelle Imber Tuck (Chair, Defending Your Day in Court, LQC) and Bob Edwards (Past-President, Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association) spoke in September's Monthly Luncheon at The Little Rock Club in Little Rock. The speakers discussed the Arkansas Ballot Issue 1. See below for pictures from the event.
(Photo courtesy of the Office of Governor Asa Hutchinson, by Randall Lee) On Monday, April 30, members of the Pulaski County Bar Association met at the state Capitol to witness Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson present the 2018 Law Week Proclamation.
The PCBA heard from the Honorable Judge Leon Holmes at the last General Membership Luncheon of the year at the Little Rock Club. Holmes spoke about the two temptations lawyers face – to get angry and become uncooperative when working against other lawyers, and the tendency to substitute what the client wants the truth to [...]
Published author and attorney Vincent J. Sachar spoke to PCBA members this month about the inspiration for some of his books. Vincent earned his Juris Doctor from St. John’s Law School in New York. Despite much success in business, including a position as the youngest executive level Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary throughout the nation in [...]
PCBF's Col William A Martin Scholarship Golf Tournament on Friday, November 3, 2017, was a huge success. Over 18 golf teams of 4 participated at War Memorial Golf Course to benefit a great cause. PCBF Board Member/Golf Comm. Chair Jonathan Warren and his Committee: Meredith Moore, Bobby Digby, Lyndsey Dilks, and numerous volunteers worked hard [...]
This month's luncheon was in recognition of Veterans Day. Judge Wendell L. Griffen gave an inspirational speech on the topic of "Democracy and Our Profession". With 23 veterans in attendance, this was the first sold-out luncheon in 2 years.
Hometown: Little Rock Where you work: Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office What you do: Deputy Prosecuting Attorney How long you’ve been practicing law: 4 years Legal mentor/attorney you most admire: I have two. My late father, Justice Donald L. Corbin and my mom, Dorcy Kyle Corbin. Favorite TV show: Game of Thrones Favorite guilty pleasure: [...]
David was born and raised in Little Rock and is a proud graduate of Little Rock Central High, Washington & Lee University, and the University of Arkansas School of Law. David is a Member at the Rose Law Firm where he concentrates his practice in business, financial services, and class action litigation. He has represented [...]
We had a great turnout for today's monthly luncheon "Giants, Guns, and a Fake Constitution", where Blake Hendrix presented his now famous counter-intuitive portrayals of historic events.