May 20, 2021
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C. earned recognition in the 2021 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Twenty attorneys and the firms’ corporate/commercial, environmental, labor and employment, litigation: general commercial and real estate practice areas were ranked in Arkansas. The firms’ insurance: regulatory practice was ranked in Texas.
Attorneys ranked in the corporate/commercial practice, which includes municipal bonds and tax, were Michele S. Allgood, Melissa Bandy, Travis Baxter, C. Douglas Buford, Jr., D. Nicole Lovell and Walter May.
Attorneys Allan Gates, Sherry P. Bartley and Walter G. Wright, Jr. were ranked in the environmental practice.
Attorney Burnie Burner was ranked in the Insurance Regulation practice.
Attorneys Byron Freeland and Kathlyn Graves were ranked in the labor and employment practice.
Attorneys ranked in the litigation practice, including general commercial and medical malpractice defense, were John K. Baker, Sherry P. Bartley, R.T. Beard, III, Ken Cook, Lance R. Miller and Scott Provencher.
Ranked in the real estate practice are Attorneys Harold W. Hamlin and Scott Schallhorn.
Attorneys Travis Baxter and Jennifer Pierce were ranked in the private wealth law practice by Chambers High Net Worth.
About Mitchell Williams
Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C. is a full-service corporate law firm that provides strategic, comprehensive legal services to help clients achieve their goals. Established in 1954, the firm has offices in Little Rock, Rogers and Jonesboro, Arkansas and Austin, Texas. For more information, visit MitchellWilliamsLaw.com.
About Chambers & Partners’ Chamber USA
Chambers USA is published annually by Chambers & Partners to assess and rank the leading attorneys and law firms in the United States, based on peer and client reviews. Chambers’ researchers conduct in-depth interviews of clients, colleagues and the lawyers themselves to develop the rankings for the law firms and attorneys. Chambers’ rankings are based solely on the research team’s findings and there is no cost for inclusion.