Doing your legal work the Wright way.

Our dedicated professional and administrative support staff plays a significant role in the delivery of quality client service and the overall success of the firm.

6 Consecutive years as a Best Place to Work

Our firm family is the reason we’ve been honored as one of the Best places to Work in Arkansas.

30 scholarships awarded

Thirty law students at the University of Arkansas School of Law and the UALR Bowen School of Law have been recipients since the inception of the WLJ Scholarship in 2009.

At Wright Lindsey Jennings, experienced, knowledgeable attorneys and professionals strive to address the legal aspects of each matter we handle with a focus on the individual needs of the clients we serve.

We are dedicated to our staff and believe their support is the foundation of the firm.  We emphasize the significance of hiring and retaining premium individuals who are driven to make a positive impact at the firm.  Our partners foster a firm culture that promotes teamwork, respect and recognition.

At Wright Lindsey Jennings, we want professionals who are self-motivated, have a high degree of integrity, and are committed to providing value and quality service.  We offer a premier compensation package along with competitive benefits.

Contact for Professional and Administrative positions:

Quinten Whiteside
Chief Operating Officer
200 West Capitol, Suite 2300
Little Rock, AR 72201

Wright Lindsey Jennings has been named one of the “Best Places to Work” in Arkansas since 2018. Learn more about this honor and our employee-friendly culture here.

In 2020, the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas (WFA), in partnership with Arkansas Business Publishing Group, honored Wright Lindsey Jennings with the 2020 Olivia Farrell Gender Equity Leadership Award, an award designed to help create and foster a gender equitable business environment and to celebrate businesses that believe in the values of equality and equity. 

Clerkship Program

The Wright Lindsey Jennings Clerkship program is the firm’s primary tool for recruiting entry-level attorneys. Law students who have completed at least one year of law school are eligible for our program. A clerkship provides participating students the opportunity to work with many of our attorneys on a variety of matters. At the same time, it lets our attorneys get to know the students on a personal and professional level.  In many respects, we regard our clerkships as extended interviews.  Clerkships are six-week, full-time positions and are available in the summer.

Each February and September, the firm conducts on-campus interviews at the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law and the University of Arkansas School of Law.  The firm also invites students attending out-of-state law schools to submit applications directly to the Chair of the Committee on Associates.

Contact for Attorney Positions and Clerkships:

Jaimie Moss
Committee on Associates
200 W. Capitol Avenue, Suite 2300
Little Rock, AR 72201-3699

Wright Lindsey Jennings is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity,  disability or any other category prohibited by local, state or federal law.

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