U of A Grad Alexander Named Arkansas Excellent Professional Bono Legal professional of the Yr

Amie (Wilcox) Alexander is a 2015 Bumpers College graduate with a bachelor's degree in agricultural education, communication and technology.

Photo submitted Amie (Wilcox) Alexander graduated from Bumpers College in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural education, communications and technology. Amie Alexander, a U of A alumna, was named one of the Outstanding Pro Bono Attorneys of the Year by Legal Aid of Arkansas. Alexander, then Wilcox, received her bachelor’s degree in agricultural education, … Read more

Lawsuit Says Arkansas Legal professional Common Rutledge Misused Taxpayer Funds for Political, Private Achieve

Lawsuit Says Arkansas Attorney General Rutledge Misused Taxpayer Funds for Political, Personal Gain

AG Rutledge allegedly used their participation in pro-Trump lawsuits to raise funds for an intended gubernatorial campaign. A group of Arkansas residents filed a lawsuit against Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. In the complaint, Rutledge is accused of misusing taxpayers’ money, diverting public funds into her re-election campaign, and trying to bolster support for outgoing US … Read more

Arkansas Bars Sue Over Coronavirus Curfew

A dozen pint glasses, each filled with a different style or color of beer, sit in two rows on a restaurant table.

At least 20 bars in Arkansas have filed lawsuits against the state claiming a recent curfew is discriminating against their businesses. The lawsuit, says The Fayetteville Flyer, was registered in Pulaski County last week. The complaint, filed by Little Rock attorney Gary Barnett, accuses the Arkansas authorities of “acting arbitrarily” to issue an order requiring … Read more