Erin Brogdon’s practice centers on corporate and non-profit law and real estate. She provides general counsel to local and regional businesses, churches, charities and private foundations. Erin understands her client’s mission and goals are an outpouring of their passion. She brings a heart of service and practical counsel to move her clients into the best position for success.
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. Recently Brogdon split her time serving as executive director at City Connections, a local nonprofit.
Brogdon’s specific legal experience includes:
- Counseling private foundations and public charities in corporate governance and obtaining and maintaining tax-exempt status.
- Preparing charitable and corporate clients for daily challenges by providing advice on routine corporate and business matters.
Brogdon is a member of Central Arkansas Christian Schools Board of Directors, City Connections Board of Directors, IF:Gathering National Advisory Board, Harding University College of Business Advisory Board, Harding University President’s Council, Arkansas Children’s Hospital Auxiliary and the Committee of 100 for the Ozark Folk Center.
Brogdon has been recognized as a “Rising Star” by Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2013, and she is 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 and her husband Jay were recognized as Harding University’s Young Alumni of the Year in 2018.