Erin Brogdon’s practice centers on corporate and non-profit entity formation, commercial and real estate transactions, and community engagement. She spends a considerable amount of time providing general counsel to small business and nonprofit clients in a number of areas and often advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, financial matters, and strategic planning. Brogdon also counsels water and wastewater utilities on all aspects of their operations and interactions with customers and agencies.
Brogdon currently serves as executive director at City Connections, a nonprofit corporation convening community partners with unique strengths around common issues with a purpose of united action.
Prior to joining Wright Lindsey Jennings, Brogdon served as in-house counsel at Alltel Communications in Little Rock, counseling the company on marketing, procurement and customer services matters.
Brogdon’s more recent legal experience includes:
- Counseling non-profit corporations in corporate governance and obtaining and maintaining tax-exempt status.
- Preparing corporate formation documents and providing advice on routine corporate and business matters.
- Advising closely-held corporations with transferring ownership and assets.
- Counseling clients on matters involving strategic alternatives, marketing and social impact.
- Representing buyers, sellers, lessors and lessees in connection with the sale and lease of commercial real property.
- Assisting clients in working with the North Little Rock city government.
Brogdon is a member of the American Bar Association, the Arkansas Bar Association, the Pulaski County Bar Association 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).
In 2017, Brogdon was recognized as one of 28 “Women to Watch” by Soiree Magazine.
Brogdon is a member of Central Arkansas Christian Schools Board of Directors, IF:Gathering National Advisory Board, 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.