Andrea L. Kleinhenz joined Wright Lindsey Jennings in 2021 as a member of the trial team, after graduating from the University of Arkansas School of Law in May of 2021. Her growing Rogers-based practice encompasses insurance defense, medical malpractice, environmental issues and toxic torts.
During law school, Kleinhenz participated in negotiations and trial competitions, and was involved in the Environmental Law and Business Law Societies. She worked as an extern/clerk for the Honorable Brad Karren of Benton County Circuit Court, Division 2, and also clerked for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western Division of Arkansas.
Kleinhenz entered legal practice as a second career. She previously owned Cask & Grove, a small business on the Fayetteville Square, which offered high-quality olive oil and balsamic vinegar, salt and chocolate and kitchen supplies.
Her two children – William, age 8, and Matilda, age 5 – keep her and her husband busy with their assorted activities, such as disc golf and dance.
Kleinhenz was born and raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and attended the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, graduating with a B.A. in Drama in 2007. She then traveled, working as a paralegal at a small firm in Eugene, Oregon, and then to Buena Vista, Colorado, where she worked at an Outdoor Education Center in the San Isabel National Forest.
Kleinhenz enjoys cooking, baking, traveling and hiking, and is known for her chocolate chip cookies.