WLJ Partner Erin S. Brogdon Named "Woman to Watch" by Soirée Magazine

WLJ Partner Erin S. Brogdon Named "Woman to Watch" by Soirée Magazine

Corporate law partner Erin S. Brogdon has been chosen as one of twenty-eight “Women to Watch” by Soirée Magazine in their June 2017 issue. After an open nomination window, the "Women to Watch" were vetted by a panel of Arkansas Business Publishing Group editors and publishers based on their impact in business, philanthropy and the Central Arkansas community.

Brogdon’s practice centers on corporate and non-profit law, government relations and real estate. She spends a considerable amount of time representing private clients in the agriculture, banking, communications, engineering, food service, healthcare and technology industries with matters involving corporate compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and issues before regulatory and government bodies. Brogdon also provides general counsel to a number of public entities, including water and wastewater utilities, hospitals, libraries, and county and municipal governments where she frequently advises on matters involving procurement and freedom of information laws. 

She is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law and Harding University (summa cum laude). Brogdon is a member of the American, Arkansas and Pulaski County Bar Associations and the National Association of Bond Lawyers. Recognized as a "Rising Star" by Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2013, she is also a graduate of Leadership Greater Little Rock Class XXIX (2014).

Outside of her legal practice, Brogdon serves the community as a member of Central Arkansas Christian Schools Board of Directors, Vine & Village Board of Directors, Central Arkansas Risk Management Association Chapter Board of Directors, Harding University College of Business Advisory Board, Harding University President's Council, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law Alumni Association, Arkansas Children's Hospital Auxiliary and the Committee of 100 for the Ozark Folk Center.