Arkansas Justice Building
The Arkansas Justice Building is located at 1500 West Seventh Street in Little Rock. The building's architect was Noland Blass Jr. The building is two stories tall with a basement, and is located to the southwest of the Arkansas State Capitol. It is occupied by the Arkansas Supreme Court, the Arkansas Court of Appeals, the court clerk's office, a court library, the Attorney General's Office, the Arkansas State Judicial Department, the Worker's Compensation Commission, and the Arkansas State Transportation Commission. The Arkansas Justice Building Commission controls distribution of space in the building under Act 791.
Bill Clinton moved into the Attorney General's Office in 1976, remaining in this position until he became governor of the state in 1980.