On November 18, 2010, Walmart and the Walmart Foundation announced a joint gift of $115,000 to the Arkansas Access to Justice Campaign. The generous gift is the largest donation in the history of the campaign. $75,000 of that amount will be used for the provision of civil legal services to low-income Arkansans. “On average, it costs our legal aid […]
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On Thursday September 15th, the Arkansas Bar Association announced that Arkansas Access to Justice Commission member and Arkansas Access to Justice Foundation President Mr. Bill Waddell has been honored with their Lawyer Community Legacy Award. Mr. Waddell has been nothing short of instrumental in the growth of the Commission and a key player in the […]
During the 2010 annual meeting of the Arkansas Bar Association, Chief Justice Jim Hannah and incoming Arkansas Bar Association President Jim Julian urged Arkansas lawyers to fulfill their obligations under Rule 6.1 of the Rules of Professional Conduct. These obligations include handling 50 hours of pro bono work each year and contributing financial support to legal […]
The Arkansas Bar Foundation presented Commissioner Annabelle C. Imber Tuck, former justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, with its 2010 “Equal Justice Distinguished Service Award.” The Foundation presented the award on June 10, 2010, during the Arkansas Bar Association’s annual meeting. Ann Pyle, executive director of the Arkansas Bar Foundation, prepared the following remarks in […]