Laurie Bridewell has been an active attorney in Arkansas representing people from all walks of life in a wide variety of cases since 1987. She is a recognized leader in her community and throughout the State of Arkansas. There is no extra expense in placing your trust with Laurie Bridewell, from representation in a high conflict divorce to putting together a first rate trial team for any serious or catastrophic injury case you may have suffered. You can rest assured she will insure you get the best representation for your case AND the attention and respect you deserve.

A professional, courteous and knowledgeable staff, with over thirty-five years experience, works with Laurie to offer her clients the best in legal representation. Mary Huff, a trained legal assistant, has worked for firms from Houston, Texas to Mississippi and Arkansas. She has the skills to handle large files and documents related to complex cases, experience in retrieving information and research skills helpful to Laurie and her team of attorneys to win your case.

More about Laurie:

• 1982 Graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law, Oxford, MS.

• Licensed in Mississippi and Arkansas and admitted to practice before all Arkansas and Mississippi state and federal courts.

• Past President of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, other executive positions for ATLA, chair/co-chair of numerous committees/programs, and long time member of the ATLA Board of Governors.

• 2008 Recipient of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Roxanne Wilson Advocacy Award given to lawyers who have been activists in the advancement and improvement of the legal system and profession and in the defense of those who cannot find justice for themselves.

• Recipient of two Arkansas Trial Lawyers President’s Awards.

• Speaker/Lecturer before the Arkansas Bar Association, Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, Arkansas Judicial Council, and contributed articles to the ATLA publication, The Docket.

• Appointed by former Attorney General Mark Pryor to serve on the Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission; appointed by the Arkansas Supreme Court to the Committee for the Arkansas Model Civil Jury Instructions; Arkansas Cannons of Judicial Ethics Task Force.

• Served as a Special Justice on the Arkansas Supreme Court.

• Member of the Arkansas Bar Association, the Mississippi Bar Association, the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the Arkansas Conflict Resolution Association.

• Certified mediator since 1998, with experience in mediation and conflict resolution in all areas of her legal practice.

• Elected City Attorney for Lake Village, AR since 1991.

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