Wright Lindsey & Jennings
The Wright Lindsey & Jennings is a law firm in Little Rock, Arkansas. The firm was founded in 1900.
The company currently employs fifty-eight lawyers engaging in a broad range of legal services including "appellate advocacy, bankruptcy, commercial litigation, construction litigation, toxic torts, fidelity and surety, labor and employment, products liability, admiralty and maritime, professional liability, public utilities and other regulated industries, insurance defense, and workers' compensation. The client-focused and creative attorneys in our transactional practice represent clients in such areas as mergers and acquisitions, corporate and public finance, banking and commercial lending, real estate development and finance, personal and corporate taxation, estate planning and probate, and intellectual property."
The law firm was the place of employment for Bill Clinton between his stints as governor of Arkansas, from 1981 and 1983.
The Little Rock office of Wright, Lindsey & Jennings is 200 West Capitol Avenue, Suite 2300.
- Gwen Moritz, "Oldest Arkansas Companies," Arkansas Business, September 24, 2007.