John Cole, ’67, has been reappointed to the College of Ouachitas Board of Directors by Gov. Mike Beebe.
Phillip McMath, ’73, was honored on Veteran’s Day, 2013, by the Pulaski County Bar Association. The organization presented McMath with the Ike Scott Fellowship.
Jerry Glover, ’75, has received the Band 1 ranking from the Chamber USA for Illinois media and entertainment law. Mr. Glover is a partner at the Chicago-based law firm Leavens, Strand & Glover.
Shawna Brown, ’77, was recently named by D Magazine to the B est Lawyers in Dallas 2014, in her practice area of estate planning and probate.
The Honorable William Feland, ’78, was inducted into the Cabot Panther Hall of Fame and a scholarship was created in his name through the Cabot Scholarship Foundation.
Charles Singleton, ’78, was reappointed to the Arkansas Commission by Gov. Mike Beebe.
Martha Stephenson, ’78, will be honored as an UALR Distinguished Alumni by receiving a Presidents Award on May 15, 2015.
Carolyn B. Witherspoon, ’78, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine. Ms. Witherspoon was also on the top 50 Mid-South Women lawyers list.
Janet L. Pulliam, ’79, has joined Mitchell Blackstock Ivers Sneddon Marshall, PLLC.
Donna Smith Galchus, ’80, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine. Ms. Galchus was also on the top 50 Mid-South Women lawyers list.
James W. Tilley, ’80, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine.
Edwin L. Lowther, Jr., ’81, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine.
Scotty Shivley, ’81, has been elected to the board of directors of the North Little Rock Arkansas Hospice.
W. Ellis Arnold III, ’82, is now Senior Executive Vice President, Dean of Advancement and General Counsel for Hendrix College.
Dr. Hershey Garner, ’82, has been named interim chair of the Department of Radiation Oncology in the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Frank Poff, ’82, appeared in the Texarkana Community Ballet’s production of the Nutcracker in the role of Herr Drosselmeyer. This was his fifth year performing in the ballet but the first year he grew a beard for the role. Mr. Poff switched careers from litigation to mediation in 2010. He is in the process of expanding his practice to Hot Springs, Little Rock and throughout Arkansas as well as Texarkana.
Kevin A. Crass, ’84, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine.
Timothy W. Grooms, ’84, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine.
Denise Hoggard, ’84, was elected the new AR Bar Association President-Elect Designee.
Lyn P. Pruitt, ’84, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine. Ms. Pruitt was also on the top 50 Mid-South Women lawyers list.
William A. Waddell, Jr., ’84, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine.
Allen Dobson, ’85, has joined Sam Baxter and John Jewell to form Baxter, Jewell & Dobson PA.
Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, PLLC, has opened a Jonesboro office. Lance Miller, ’85, will manage and oversee operations of the new office and will serve as the liaison between the Jonesboro and Little Rock office. Brad Shumpert, ’12, will staff the Jonesboro office.
Chris Palmer, ’85, has been appointed to the Arkansas Sentencing Commission by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Bud Roberts, ’85, is now the Director of the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Division.
Jim Hathaway, ’86, was recognized by Chambers USA‘s 2015 Guide to the World’s Best Lawyers for his practice in Municipal Bonds.
Wendy Kelley, ’87, has been named the Director of the Arkansas Department of Correction by Gov.-Elect Asa Hutchinson.
Valerie Boyce, ’88, has been named Chief Administrative Law Judge and Chief of Commissioners’ Staff for the Arkansas Public Service Commission.
Mariam T. Hopkins, ’88, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine. Ms. Hopkins was also on the top 50 Mid-South Women lawyers list.
Holly Lodge Meyer, ’88, has been appointed to the 16th Judicial District, 2nd Division Circuit Court by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Troy A. Price, ’88, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine.
Brian Ratcliff, ’88, has joined PPGMR as the El Dorado Law office managing member. Brian has also been elected the 2014 AR Bar Association President.
Professor Joseph Custer, ’89, is now the Director of the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library and Associate Professor of Law at Cas School of Law Cas Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH.
Tona DeMers, ’89, is now an attorney at Sutter & Gillham, PLLC.
Tricia Harris, ’89, has been named federal magistrate for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas.
Stacey Pectol, ’89, is now Clerk of Courts for the Supreme Court of Arkansas.
Don A. Taylor, ’89, was selected in the top 50 Arkansas lawyers in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers magazine.
Professor Michael Watts, ’90, has been appointed to the Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy by Gov. Mike Beebe.
C. Tad Bohannon, ’91, is now the chief legal consel for Central Arkansas Water.
Michelle Fernald, ’91, was chosen by Texas Lawyer as one of 19 “Winning Women”. Michelle is deputy chief, US Attorney Office, Western District of Texas, Austin.
Hugh Finkelstein, ’91, was sworn in as chief deputy prosecuting attorney for the 20th Judicial District.
John Wyvill, ’91, was presented with the Charles Comp Award (President’s Award) form the Nebraska Association of the Deaf for his outstanding contribution and promotion for the Association of the Deaf. Mr. Wyvill is executive director of the Nebraska Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Jeanne L. Seewald, ’92, has been appointed to serve as chair of the Intellectual Property Law Certification Committee for the Florida Bar Association.
Pamela E. Panasiuk, ’93, is now attorney/owner at Epperson Panasiuk Law.
Jeannie L. Denniston, ’94, has been appointed the Conway Co. District Judge by Gov. Mike Beebe.
Chris Gardner, ’94, has been appointed a Special Associate Justice to the Arkansas Supreme Court by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Bill James, ’94, was presented with the Ike Scott Fellowship by the Pulaski County Bar Foundation.
Jason Files, ’95, and Stephanie Harris, ’06, were married in Las Vegas in August. Stephanie founded Women Lead Arkansas, a non-partison nonprofit, and is serving as membership chair for the board of directors of the Conference of Court Public Information Officers. Jason is co-partner at Files & Brasuell, PLLC, with Toney Brasuell, ’05. Jason and Toney recently purchased the Arkansas Court Bulletin and plan to make updates coinciding with the publication’s 25th anniversary.
Colette Honorable, ’95, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as a member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Kristi Moody, ’95, has been named senior vice president of law and corporate secretary for the board of directors at Windstream Communications, Inc.
Teddy Skokos,’95, is now a general partner at Millionaire Greetings.
Mary Ellen Ternes, ’95, has joined Crowe & Dunlevy in Oklahoma City as director of the Environmental, Energy & Natural Resources and Litigation & Trial Practice Groups.
Tjuana Byrd, ’96, is the recipient of the 2014 UALR Alumni Association President’s Award. Ms. Byrd will be honored during the alumni awards luncheon in May. Ms. Byrd has been appointed to the State Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention board by Gov. Mike Beebe.
Georgiana DeBoer, ’96, is now an Immigration Technical Writer with GDeBoer Immigration Technical Writing Services in Orlando, FL.
David C. Lyles, ’96, has become a member of the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.
Gina Reynolds, ’96, is now a Capital Conflicts Attorney at the Arkansas Public Defender Commission.
Robert Sexton, ’96, has been elected to the Arkansas Bar Association Board of Governors.
Cade Cox, ’97, Melanie McClure, ’97, David Sterling, ’97, and Brian Vandiver, ’00, are now partners at Cox, Sterling, McClure & Vandiver, PLLC.
Jason Hendren, ’97, is now of counsel with Wright, Lindsey & Jennings in Rogers.
Curtis Hitt, ’97, has been appointed a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Phyllis Jones, ’97, has been appointed U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern & Western Districts of Arkansas.
David Sterling, ’97, was appointed Special Associate Justice to the Arkansas Supreme Court by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Elisa White, ’97, has been elected by the Council of the American Law Institute to the American Law Institute.
Gary Austin, ’98, has been named secretary of the W. Harold Flowers Law Society.
The Honorable Dustin McDaniel, ’98, has been named a board member for the U of A Alumni Association. Mr. McDaniel is also serving his first term on Bowen Law School’s Dean’s Advisory Council.
Lamar Davis, ’99, was appointed to the Arkansas Public Service Commission by the Honorable Mike Beebe.
David L. Eanes, ’99, is now with Taylor King and Associates Law Firm in Arkadelphia.
Angela Echols, ’99, was appointed to the Governor’s Commission on People with Disabilities by Gov. Mike Beebe.
Jake Goheen, ’99, was recently recognized in the Daily Record for his work on the nonprofit organization – The September Fund – that was created to award scholarships to children of first-responder parents.
Michael Lamoureux, ’99, was named as a Top 40 under 40 by Arkansas Business. Senator Lamoureux has been hired by Gov.-elect Asa Hutchinson to be his new chief of staff.
Scott McCrillis, ’99, is now a Sales Tax Partner with Montgomery Coscia Greilich, LLP in Plano, TX
Stuart Spencer, ’99, has been promoted to Legal Policy Advisor/General Counsel for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality.
Mica Strother, ’99, was appointed to the Arkansas State Claims Commission by Gov. Mike Beebe. Ms. Strother has been hired by Baldwin & Shell Construction as vice president of marketing and business development.
Rhonda Wood, ’99, is now the newest member of the Arkansas Supreme Court.
Daniel Heard, ’00, was named the new general counsel for Windstream’s Communications Sales & Leasing Inc.
Carol Johnson, ’00, has been named an Advocate Award Finalist for the fifth annual NexGen Public Service Awards.
Russell Marlin, ’00, is now a managing attorney with Taylor King and Associates, P.A.
Brian Vandiver, ’00, has been appointed a Special Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arkansas by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Paul Bennett, ’01, was reappointed to the Southeast Arkansas College Board of Trustees by Gov. Mike Beebe.
Charlene Fleetwood, ’01, is now a senior staff attorney with the Arkansas Supreme Court – Office of Professional Conduct.
Erika Gee, ’01, has joined Wright, Lindsey & Jennings, LLP as part of their government relations group.
Chuck Graham, ’01, was appointed Special Associate Justice to the Arkansas Supreme Court by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Chad Horner, ’01, is now chief counsel for labor and employment at Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC in Wichita, KS.
Dustin Jones, ’01, has been appointed a Special Associate Justice to the Arkansas Supreme Court by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
John Peiserich, ’01, is now vice president and general counsel for Alta Mesa Idaho.
Brad Phelps, ’01, is now associate general counsel of the Arkansas State University System.
Leslie Rutledge, ’01, has been elected Arkansas Attorney General. She was sworn in on Jan. 13, 2015 as the first female Arkansas Attorney General.
Kevin Ryan, ’01, is now Associate Dean for Professional Programs at the UAMS FAy W. Boozman College of Public Health. Ryan also serves as the Co Director of the Doctor in Public Health Program and has a faculty appointment as Associate Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management.
Sheldon Smith,’01, is now owner at Skinstar Laser.
Amy D. Johnson, ’02, was recognized by AY Magazine as one of 2015’s Most Powerful Women.
Sarah Page Tacker, ’02, has been hired as Deputy Attorney General for Public Protection by Attorney General Leslie Rutledge.
Kimberly Dale, ’03, was appointed to the Sex Offenders Assessment Committee by Gov. Mike Beebe.
JT Ferstl, ’03, has been appointed to the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
David W. Kamps, ’03, is now a partner with Kamps & Stotts, PLLC.
Kevin Lemley, ’03, has opened his own law practice, Kevin M. Lemley, PA.
Carmen Mosley-Sims, ’03, is now assistant director of the DHS Division of Youth Services.
Debra J. Reece, ’03, Mark N. Matney, ’14, and Margaret R. Ward, ’14, have formed Reece, Matney & Ward, with offices in Russellville and North Little Rock.
Ginger Stuart, ’03, was sworn in as Lonoke City Attorney.
Gina White, ’03, was appointed to Zone 7 by the Arkadelphia Public School Board of Education.
Amber Bagley, ’04, was appointed to the Arkansas Commission for the Newborn Umbilical Cord Blood Initiative by Gov. Mike Beebe. Amber was elected president of Youth Home’s board of directors.
Lori L. Burrows, ’04, has been named vice president and general counsel for the Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation and Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc.
Lisa Douglas, ’04, was chosen by the American Society of Legal Advocates as one of the Top 100 litigation lawyers in AR for 2014.
David L. Jones, ’04, is now a partner with Wright, Lindsey & Jennings, LLP.
Courtney Little, ’04, has been named chairman of the CareLink Board of Directors.
Brooke Augusta Ware, , ’04, is now an adjunct professor in the Nonprofit Leadership Studies Department at UALR.
Professor Jessie Burchfield, ’05, is now the Associate Dean for Information and Technology Services and Law Library Director at the Bowen Law School.
Chris Carrington, ’05, is now a partner at Foster, Graham, Milstein & Calisher in Denver, CO.
Farrah Fielder, ’05, is now Affairs General Counsel for the National Association of Professional Employer Organization in Alexandria, VA.
Staci Croom-Raley, ’05, earned a Silver Stevie Award during the 10th Annual Stevie Awards for Women in the Business. She also was named Female Executive of the Year in the government/non-profit category.
Vince Morris, ’05, was presented the award for Innovations in Justice Technology from NLADA at this year’s Equal Justice Conference.
Brandon Robinson, ’05, was recently named Associate General Counsel at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Kessa Smith, ’05, has been appointed to the Health Services Permit Commission by Gov. Mike Bebee.
William Smith, ‘ 05, is now a director at Nova University in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Jodiane Tritt, ’05, has been named a board member for the Arkansas Society of Association Executives.
Erin S. Brogdon, ’06, is now a partner with Wright, Lindsey & Jennings, LLP.
Dustin Chapman, ’06, and Andy Marshall, ’13, have joined Brazil, Adlong & Mickel, PLC.
Grant Cox, ’06, has been named a member at Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull, PLLC.
John Elkins, ’06, is now a senior staff attorney at the Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp.
Kathleen McDonald, ’06, organized Helping our Heros, a highly successful pro bono event which provided area first responders with estate-planning documents. Ms. McDonald has been asked to chair a similar event to be held in the fall.
Lauren Hamilton, ’06, is now a partner at Hilburn, Calhoon, Harper, Pruniski & Calhoun, Ltd.
Stephanie Harris, ’06, was recognized in Arkansas Life as an Arkansan of the Year for 2014.
Kristen S. Moyers, ’06, is now a partner with Wright, Lindsey & Jennings, LLP.
Stella Phillips, ’06, has been promoted to Major with the Air Force JAG.
Bianca Rucker, ’06, was re-appointed as president of the NWA Debtor Creditor Bar Association and was recognized as a rising star in bankruptcy in the 2013 Mid-South Super Lawyers edition of Super Lawyers Magazine.
Carrie Stefaniak, ’06, will clerk for a US Magistrate in Chattanooga for one year and then she will clerk for a Federal District Court Judge.
Leah Wilson, ’06, is now a Senior Tax Associate at McGladery in Houston, TX.
Chad Cumming, ’07, is now a shareholder at Gil Ragon Owen, P.A.
Lorielle Gutting, ’07, is now the Managing Attorney and Legal Division Chief with the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality.
Justin Huett, ’07, is now an attorney with The Law Office of Kathryn L. Hudson.
Joseph W. Price II, ’07, has been named a member at Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull, PLLC.
Jeremiah Wood, ’07, has been appointed co-chairman of the Federal Tax Institute of the Arkansas Society of Certified Public Accountants for 2015-2016.
Monty Baugh, ’08, is now an attorney at Southwest Power Pool.
Chrishauna Clark, ’08, is now an attorney ad litem at Administrative Office of the Courts, AR.
Luke Ferguson, ’08, is now senior vice president and general counsel for the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce and Conway Develeopment Corp.
Matt Foerster, ’08, is a referee with the Professional Referee Organization.
Scott Jackson, ’08, was named partner with Kutak Rock, LLP.
Alexander Justiss, ’08, was named partner with Kutak Rock, LLP.
Christopher McNulty, ’08, was named as a Top 40 under 40 by Arkansas Business.
Paul Parnell, ’08, has become a member of the Rose Law Firm.
Katie Pipkin, ’08, is now assistant vice president and trust officer at Bank of the Ozarks.
Robin Sullivan, ’08, has founded Sullivan & Cox, PLLC.
Chris Turnage, ’08, was named as Top 40 under 40 by Arkansas Business.
Jeff Woodmansee, ’08, and his wife Candice welcomed their third child, Jeffery Gavin Woodmansee, on March 27. Gavin weighed 9 lbs., 7 oz. and measured 20.5 inches long.
Matt Barker, ’09, is now a business manager for Gumi American in San Francisco, CA.
Amir A. Fazel, ’09, is now Associate Counsel with Lacroix Mathers in Langley, British Columbia.
Ava Franks, ’09, is now Vice President and Director of Government Relations at the Arkansas Bankers Association.
Andrew Parker, ’09, was named to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission by Gov. Mike Beebe.
Bethany Pike, ’09, and Keith Pike, ’10, welcomed a baby boy, Anderson Douglas Pike, on April 18. He was 20 inches long and weighed 7 lbs and 15.5 oz.
Amber Schubert, ’09, is now assistant attorney general at the Arkansas Attorney General’s office.
Natasha Sumter, ’09, is now a Workers’ Compensation Team Leader at the BerkleyNet Underwriters in Virginia.
Idonia Trotter,’09, is now the executive director of Gateway to Care in Houston, TX.
Kacey Ziegler, ’09, has joined the Nash Law Firm.
Nicolas De Castro, ’10, is the founder and owner of Nicolas P. De Castro, PLLC in Charlotte, NC.
Qualenta Forrest, ’10, is now director of human resources for St. Luke’s Hospital, a part of the Catholic Health Initiatives, in Houston.
Will Gruber, ’10, is now an attorney at Bolden Law Firm, PLLC.
Dallas Heltz, ’10, is now secretary of the commission at the Arkansas Public Service Commission. Mr. Heltz has also accepted a postion as legal counsel with the U.S. Army.
Stephanie Khouri, ’10, has opened her own law practice, Stephanie M. Khouri, P.C., in Georgia.
Anne Milligan, ’10, is now an attorney with Gordon & Rees LP in Portland, OR.
Kenneth “Rusty” Mitchell, ’10, has joined Taylor King and Associates in Arkadelphia.
Daniel Osborne, ’10, is now Claims Counsel and Assistant Vice President at Fedelity National Title Group in Jacksonville, FL.
Brien Saputo, ’10, has joined the Hosto and Buchan Law Firm.
Janiella C. Shirley, ’10, is now an attorney-P&C general counsel at USAA in San Antonio, TX.
Jonathan Shulan, ‘1o, has been named a board member for the Missouri Chamber Music Festival.
Sarah Sisney, ’10, has joined MaaS360 by Fiberlink as a contracts attorney and legal manager.
Corey Thomas, ’10, has been selected as one of two members of the Army National Guard to serve on a special mission at the U.S. Embassy of Iraq.
Shira Bernstein, ’11, is now a HR Generalist at VMware in Austin, TX.
Kimberly Eden, ’11, is now an attorney/litigation manager at Hosto & Buchan Law Firm.
Tamika Edwards, ’11, is now the director of governmental affairs for Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families.
Nicholas Gastal, ’11, is now an attorney at Toeppich and Associates in Houston, TX.
Tyler Henderson, ’11, is now an attorney at The Pinnacle Law Firm, PLLC and will be managing the Mountain View, AR office. On March 13, 2014, Tyler and his wife Erin, welcomed a new baby girl, Elizabeth “Laney” Elanie Henderson.
Mariah Leigh Hornok, ’11, is now a prosecuting attorney with the Summit County Attorney’s Office in Park City, UT.
Patrick Kennedy, ’11, is the co-founder for African Leadership in Politics Programme in Cape Town, South Africa.
Allison Koile, ’11, is now a staff attorney with the State of Arkansas.
Smrithi Mohan, ’11, is now In-house Attorney and Contracts Negotiator in the legal department at Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., in New Jersey.
Michael Salorio, ’11, is now a partner with Lenderman & Salorio in El Centro, CA.
James Scurlock, ’11, is now an associate attorney with Wallace, Martin, Duke & Russell, PLLC.
Dorothy Seals, ’11, is no marketing communications supervisor/business development strategist at Gardree Wynne Sewell, LLP in Dallas.
Mary Tipton Thalheimer, ’11, has joined Quattlebaum, Grooms, Tull & Burrow, PLLC, as an associate attorney.
Laura Wester, ’11, is now an associate with Chestney Law Firm. Ms. Wester was recently invited to speak at the Annual Georgia DUI Update at a State Bar CLE in Georgia.
Meredith Causey, ’12, has joined Quattlebaum Grooms Tull & Burrow, PLLC.
Jason Davis, ’12, is now general counsel at BAIC, Inc.
Caleb Garcia, ’12, is now an attorney for the City of Little Rock.
Kristin C. Green, ’12, is now an assistant attorney general for the AR Attorney General’s office.
R. Seth Hampton, ’12, is now an associate attorney with Quattlebaum, Grooms Tull & Burrow.
Molly McGowan, ’12, is this year’s chair of the Power of the Purse Luncheon benefiting the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas.
Caleb Norris, ’12, has been elected Maumelle City Attorney-elect.
Dixie Morgan Quinn, ’12, is now a pharmacy technician at the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute.
Max Sprinkle, ’12, has been named president of the W. Harold Flowers Law Society.
Ashley Stepps, ’12, is now an associate attorney with Raymon B. Harvey, P.A./Arkansas Elder Law & Special Needs Trusts.
Charley Swann, ’12, has been named one of 2015’s Women to Watch by Soiree Magazine.
Kyle Tatum, ’12, is now an associate attorney at Ace Law Group in Las Vegas, NV.
Jacquelin Wohlschlaeger, ’12, has opened her own law practice, The Wohlschlaeger Law Firm, PLLC.
Jordan Wright, ’12, is now an attorney with Pinnacle Energy Services, Inc.
Erin Anderson, ’13, recently joined the Rose Law Firm.
Taylor Dugan, ’13, is an Elementary School Teacher for the North Little Rock School District.
Lauren Elenbaas, ’13, has joined the Laser Law Firm.
Burt Hicks, ’13, is now an Investor Relations Officer for Simmons First National Corporation. He also serves as Chief of Staff and Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions.
Lori D. Howard, ’13, is now an associate at Lancaster Law Firm.
Keia Johnson, ’13, is now a legistrative strategist with the ACLU of Mississippi.
Abtin Mehdizadegan, ’13, has been appointed secretary on the Arkansas Repertory Theatre’s 2015-2016 board of directors.
Anthony Owen, ’13, has been named the new coordinator of computer science for the Arkansas Department of Education.
Victor Richardson, ’13, is now a Public Health Law Fellow with the West Virginia State Privacy Office.
Juliette Stancil, ’13, is now Director of Compliance at Sheridan Memorial Hospital in Wyoming.
Savanna Baxter, ’14, recently joined the Rose Law Firm.
Justice J. Brooks, ’14, is now an associate with Quattlebaum, Grooms, Tull and Burrow.
Leslie Copeland, ’14, is now an attorney with Howerton Law Firm in Fayetteville, AR.
Daniel D. Ford, ’14, is now an attorney with Worsham Law Firm.
Ariann Goodman, ’14, is an associate attorney with the Hughes Firm in Philadelphia.
David Koehler, ’14, is now an associate attorney at Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyward, PLLC.
Whitney Murph, ’14, is now an associate attorney at the Cook Law Firm.
Jordan Vahdat, ’14, is now an attorney with the Delgado Law in Dearborn, MI.
Drew Warren, ’14, is now an attorney with The Killino Firm, P. C., in Philadelphia, PA.
Andrew Branch, ’15, has been appointed to the Criminal Detention Facility Review Committee, Judicial District 22, by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
These alumni were appointed to the Youth Justice Reform Board by Gov. Asa Hutchinson:
Judge Joyce Warren, ’76
Justice Rhonda Wood, ’99
Casey Beard, ’03
Judge Troy Braswell, ’05
These alumni have been named to Arkansas Business 40 Under 40 for 2015:
Nikki Lovell, ’01
Lori Burrows, ’04
Kathleen McDonald, ’06
Anthony Johnson, ’10
Scott Pace, ’10
Alan Bubbus, ’15
These alumni graduated from the Arkansas Bar Leadership Academy Class for 2014-2015:
Marcus N. Bozeman, ’95
Sarah R. Tacker, ’02
Media Wilkins, ’04
Ryan J. Caststeel, ’07
Joshua Reed Thane, ’07
Kandi Hughes, ’09
Guy Benjamin Barham, ’12
Caleb Garcia, ’12
These alumni were recognized in Soiree Magazine’s list of the Top 100 Attorneys in Little Rock for 2014:
Wayne B. Ball, ’75
Stephen L. Gershner, ’78
Gary Green, ’78
Brad Hendricks, ’80
James Tilley, ’80
Denise Hoggard, ’84
David A. Couch, ’85
Randy P. Murphy, ’88
Edward T. Oglesby, ’89
Mike Munnerlyn, ’91
Chris Heil, ’92
Pamela Epperson Panasiuk, ’93
Brian Reddick, ’93
Karey Weeks Garnder, ’94
William O. James, Jr., ’94
Jason D. Files, ’95
Matthew Hartness, ’95
Danyelle Walker, ’95
Todd Jones, ’96
Roger Fitzgibbon, ’97
Patrick Benca, ’98
Lloyd “Tre” Kitchens, ’99
Perry Wilson, ’99
Gary Barrett, ’00
Dan Hancock, ’00
Matthew Henry, ’00
Bonnie Robertson, ’00
Shane Strabala, ’00
Robyn Allmendinger, ’02
David L. Jones, ’02
Tommy Bennett, ’03
Sarah Cullen, ’03
David W. Kamps, ’03
Amber Wilson Bagley, ’04
Christopher D. Brockett, ’04
Jason Earley, ’04
Gary D. Marts, Jr., ’04
Brad Williams, ’04
Toney Brasuell, ’05
Erin Cassinelli, ’05
Kelly McNulty, ’05
Andy Taylor, ’05
Tasha Taylor, ’05
Lindsey Dilks, ’06
Brandon Moffitt, ’06
Michael B. Phillips, ’06
Kara Benca, ’07
Jenny Teeter, ’07
Kate Middleton, ’08
Bethany A. Pike, ’09
Keith Pike, ’10
Megan Wooster, ’10
James Monroe Scurlock, ’11
Ryan Lazenby, ’12
Chris McNeal, ’12
Congratulations to these attorneys who were named to the Arkansas Business 2014 Power List:
Edwin Lowther, Jr., ’81, Legal
Heather Larkin, ’98, Nonprofits
Michael Lamoureaux, ’99, Government and Politics
Davy Carter, ’05, Government and Politics
Congratulations to these alumni who were named to Best Lawyers 22nd Edition of the Best Lawyers in America:
John B. Peace, ’77
Kathy W. Goss, ’78
Carolyn B. Witherspoon, ’78
Gary Corum, ’82
Timothy O. Dudley, ’82
Kevin A. Crass, ’84
Stephen N. Joiner, ’87
Mariam T. Hopkins, ’88
Troy A. Price, ’88
Jack Wagoner, ’88
David L. Ivers, ’90
Stan D. Smith, ’90
Betty J. Hardy, ’93
Don S. McKinney, ’95
Elizabeth Andreoli, ’97
Congratulations to these attorneys who have been recognized by Arkansas Life Magazine as the 2014 Reader’s Choice Attorneys:
Dale E. Adams, ’76
G. Michael Millar, ’76
John Peace, ’77
William A. Watt, ’78
James Tripcony, ’79
Judy McNeil, ’80
Charles D. McDaniel, ’81
Roger Morgan, ’85
Christopher Palmer, ’85
Rebecca Winburn, ’86
David A. Smith, ’87
Price Gardner, ’88
Mariam T. Hopkins, ’88
Edward Oglesby, ’89
Louis L. Loyd, ’91
Charles J. Buchan, ’92
Betty Hardy, ’93
Michelle C. Huff, ’93
Laurie M. Boyd, ’95
Josh McHughes, ’96
Misty Borkowski, ’97
Michael McCarty Harrison, ’98
Pamela Epperson Panasiuk, ’98
Randall K. Pulliam, ’98
H. Todd Whatley, ’98
Julie DeWoody Greathouse, ’99
Matt R. House, ’99
Richard Shane Strabala, ’00
Dale B. Duke, ’01
Khayyam Eddings, ’01
Jonathon Jones, ’01
Ginger M. Stuart, ’03
Bonnie J. Johnson, ’05
Kelly W. McNulty, ’05
Andy Taylor, ’05
Julie L. Roper, ’06
Amy Clemons Brown, ’07
John R. Buzbee, ’07
Quincy W. McKinney, ’08
Christian Alexander, ’09
These alums have been elected to the Arkansas Bar Association House of Delegates 2015-2016:
Jeremy McNabb, ’03
Kim Dickerson Young, ’03
Carrie Bumgardner, ’04
Kathleen McDonald, ’06
John Rainwater, ’09
Brian Hogue, ’10
Joshua McFadden, ’11
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- Class Notes – Stay connected with your Bowen classmates professionally and personally by sending us your promotions, career changes, marriages, births, publications, etc. and we will share your milestones with the Bowen community.