We know our way around a courtroom. We also know you’d rather not be there in the first place.

Our goal is to help you prevent employee claims that could lead to agency investigations or even litigation.

1 top tier ranking

In employment law in Little Rock by 2022 U.S. News-Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms”.

6 attorneys

WLJ labor & employment attorneys ranked by Chambers USA.

Our job is to make yours easier.

Our proactive and timely resources include employee and manager training, e-newsletters, employment law luncheons and webinars, and website articles.

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Jane A. Kim


Little Rock, AR

Jane A. Kim, a Chicago-area native, has been practicing in the employment law field since 2007, when she moved to Little Rock to start her legal career at Wright Lindsey Jennings.

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David L. Jones


Little Rock, AR

David Jones focuses his practice in the areas of business law and litigation, commercial litigation and construction law.

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Attorney John D. Davis

John D. Davis


Little Rock, AR

John’s background as a construction project manager and business owner provides him with first-hand knowledge of the challenges faced by employers and human resource professionals.

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Attorney Michelle M. Kaemmerling

Michelle M. Kaemmerling


Little Rock, AR

Michelle is committed to helping businesses navigate all issues that arise under employment laws, many of which can significantly impact a company’s reputation, culture and financial success. Her focus is on practical advice tailored to each client’s specific needs.

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Attorney Stuart Jackson

Stuart Jackson


Little Rock, AR

Stuart is one of the most highly regarded employment attorneys in Arkansas, whose focus as of late has been on pandemic-related employment issues (including vaccine mandates), managing medical and potentially recreational marijuana in the Arkansas workplace and defending collective and class actions under the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Arkansas Minimum Wage Act.

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Our attorneys regularly train managers and employees on a full range of employment issues. Training topics include discrimination/harassment, wage and hour issues, accommodations, medical leave, interviewing/hiring, documentation requirements and Arkansas’s medical marijuana law. Implicit bias training is also available, which has been of growing interest to companies whose employees regularly interface with the public.

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