Wright Lindsey Jennings partner Jaimie G. Moss is among the 60+ members who graduated today as part of the Arkansas State Chamber/Associated Industries of Arkansas’ Leadership Arkansas Class XIII. The innovative nine-month program is designed to expose participants to the diverse challenges and opportunities that Arkansas communities face and, ultimately, to encourage their participation and leadership in the continued economic growth of the State.
Moss’ Little Rock-based commercial litigation practice includes trust litigation, breach of contract litigation, banking and commercial lending, creditors’ rights and collections, and bankruptcy. Moss is also a leader of WLJ’s e-Discovery Solutions, working closely with clients and lawyers on a broad range of discovery issues involving the management, collection and review of electronically stored information. She is a member of the American, Arkansas and Pulaski County Bar Associations, as well as the Central Arkansas Debtor/Creditor Bar Association. In 2017 and 2018, Mid-South Super Lawyers named Moss a “Rising Star” in business litigation.
Moss is also active in the community, dedicating her time and efforts to the Little Rock Zoo and Easterseals Arkansas. In 2015, Moss was recognized as one of twenty-eight “Women to Watch” by Soiree, a high-profile publication distributed in Central Arkansas. She is a graduate of Baylor University and earned her J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law (summa cum laude).
Each year, Leadership Arkansas class members are selected from hundreds of applicants statewide to participate in the program created and facilitated by the Arkansas State Chamber. Participants will work together to become better acquainted with the issues facing Arkansas, experience the best that the regions and communities offer and hone their already-demonstrated leadership capabilities.