Firm News

  • Governor Hutchinson Appoints Attorney Price Gardner to ASU Board of Trustees
    2017-01-13

    Governor Hutchinson Appoints Attorney Price Gardner to ASU Board of Trustees

    Gov. Asa Hutchinson today appointed Price C. Gardner of Little Rock, a partner with Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP and 1984 graduate of Arkansas State University, to a five-year term on the ASU Board of Trustees. In addition to being a partner in the state’s largest law firm, Gardner also serves as vice chairman of Friday, Eldredge & Clark’s Management Committee.

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  • Three New Attorneys Named as Partners
    2016-12-29

    Three New Attorneys Named as Partners

    Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP has named three new partners to the firm: Marshall S. Ney, E. Conner McNair and W. Taylor Marshall.

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  • Friday, Eldredge & Clark Announces Passing of William Leake Terry
    2016-12-27

    Friday, Eldredge & Clark Announces Passing of William Leake Terry

    William Leake Terry, who was the ninth attorney to join the firm known today as Friday, Eldredge & Clark, passed away on Sunday, Dec. 25 at the age of 94. Terry joined the firm of Mehaffy, Smith & Williams in 1954 and began a long and distinguished practice in Little Rock with a focus on commercial property transactions and real estate. He worked full time until his retirement in 1988 but kept an office at the firm where he worked of counsel until the age of 92. He was known at the firm for his unwavering support of others and over the years took the time to teach summer clerks and young attorneys about the history and legacy of the firm.

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  • Mid-South Super Lawyers Name 34 Attorneys to Annual List
    2016-11-10

    Mid-South Super Lawyers Name 34 Attorneys to Annual List

    Mid-South Super Lawyers named 34 Friday, Eldredge & Clark’s attorneys to their annual listing of top lawyers. In addition, Laura Hensley Smith was named one of the “Top 5o: 2016 Women in the Mid-South” and Donald H. Bacon, Kevin A. Crass, William M. Griffin III, James M. Simpson, Jr., Frederick S. Ursery and William A. Waddell, were named “Top 50: 2016 Arkansas.”

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