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Edwin L. Lowther, Jr.
Gary D. Marts, Jr.
Jerry J. Sallings

Community Involvement

Not only is Wright Lindsey Jennings invested in our clients, but we are also deeply invested in our community. Giving back to our community has been an honored tradition and core value for 120 years.

The firm has long been an advocate for the arts, women’s and children’s rights, education, health and safety, and organizations committed to professional advancement. We actively support our attorneys’ engagement with organizations working to better our communities and the legal industry.


Community involvement is an integral part of the Wright Lindsey Jennings culture of service.

Stewardship

The Wright Lindsey Jennings Stewardship Committee works tirelessly reviewing and responding to requests for donations. WLJ annually contributes to nearly 100 worthy organizations.  In addition, our attorneys and staff give their time and talents to local, regional, and national organizations through dedicated leadership as board members, committee members and volunteers.

We build lasting relationships by striving to enhance the quality of life within our community through philanthropic missions. This tradition of service includes providing school supplies to those who cannot afford the tools needed for daily learning. Our staff and attorneys pack almost 200 backpacks with school supplies for children in the Little Rock School District. The supplies, purchased by the firm and firm employees, are delivered to areas with the highest percentage of homeless children.

Partnership with Local Organizations

Wright Lindsey Jennings partners with local organizations to expand opportunities for learning that go beyond the classroom. One such partnership includes the Museum of Discovery (MOD), as a “Sir Isaac Newton” sponsor of Spark!. We support the MOD’s mission to ignite passion for science, technology and math in a dynamic, interactive environment.

As presenting sponsor of Little Rock Zoo’s Wild Wines event, we support the Arkansas Zoological Foundation(AZF).  AZF works diligently to create new habitats and improve conservation education programs. The Little Rock Zoo, which opened in 1926, houses over 725 animals from more than 200 different species. Over 300,000 guests visit the zoo each year.

The Little Rock Zoo instills the importance of wildlife conservation through recreational experiences for children of all ages.

Culture of Service

These are a few of the ways that Wright Lindsey Jennings’ culture of service extends beyond our office. Community involvement is one way we give back. Another way is by providing useful community resources for today’s unprecedented challenges. We remain committed to enhancing the quality of the community in which we live and work.