James A. “Andy” Marshall

andy.marshall@dlf-ar.com

Education

University of Arkansas, Little Rock

William H. Bowen School of Law

Juris Doctorate, 2013

University of Arkansas, Little Rock

Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice, 2009

ANDY’S BIOGRAPHY

Andy is an Arkansas native from Conway where he was born and raised. He began college at the University of Central Arkansas before transferring to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock where he graduated with a B.A. in Criminal Justice in 2009. Andy earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law, in 2013. While in law school, Andy was a member of Law Review and his article on trusts and estates law was selected for publication in the Law Review Journal. He also completed an internship with the Honorable Judge Charles “Ed” Clawson, and an externship with the Honorable Judge Rita Gruber while at the Arkansas Court of Appeals.

Andy began his professional career with Brazil, Adlong & Mickel, PLC, before deciding to open his own practice in Conway in 2015. Understanding all aspects of running a successful law firm, Andy is uniquely situated to adapt to new challenges and provide exceptional legal services to his clients.

When not in the office, Andy enjoys spending time with his two Labrador Retrievers and being outdoors. He enjoys camping, backpacking, music, and all things Razorback sports related.

Practice Areas

Business & Corporate Law
Mortgage Banking & Collections Law

  • Foreclosures
  • REO Closings
  • Title Curative
  • Asset Recovery
  • Deficiency Actions
  • Garnishments
  • Replevins
  • Unsecured Collections

Real Property Transactions & Litigation
Landlord-Tenant Law (Civil Evictions)
Lease & Contract Drafting
Trusts & Estate Planning
Construction Law
General Litigation

Publications

2014, J. Andy Marshall, TRUSTS & ESTATES LAW: Increasing Trust Flexibility and Security While Decreasing Uncertainty
of Liabilities: How Amending Ark. Code Ann. § 28–73–808 to Conform with the Modern Trend of Clarifying Trust
Protection Could Effectively End the Fiduciary Guessing Game in Arkansas, 35 U. ARK. LITTLE ROCK L. REV. 1137 (2014)

2012, Case Abstracts, ARK. PROB. & TR. L. REV. (2012)

2011, Arkansas Case Surveys, U. ARK. LITTLE ROCK L. REV. (2011)

Presentations

2021, Nashville (TN) Realtors Association, Presenter, The Importance of Title Insurance for Both Purchasers and Lenders

2016, Conway Regional Hospital Health Fair, Presenter, Elder Planning and Asset Protection

2016, Arkansas Conceal Carry of Firearm Conference, Presenter, Changes in Arkansas Firearm Statute Creates Novel Interpretation as to What Constitutes “Open Carry”

2015, Faulkner County Landlord Association, Presenter, Civil and Criminal Remedies for Unlawful Detainers

Awards

2021, American Association of Attorney Advocates, Top 10 Arkansas Attorney for Real Estate Law

2016, American Institute of Family Law Attorneys, Top 10 Arkansas Family Law Attorney for Client Satisfaction

2015, American Institute of Family Law Attorneys, Top 10 Arkansas Family Law Attorney for Client Satisfaction

Associations & Certifications

Arkansas Bar Association

Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) Certification

Bar Admissions

Licensed to practice law in all Arkansas State District & Circuit Courts, Arkansas Court of Appeals, Arkansas Supreme Court, the United States District Courts for the Eastern & Western Districts of Arkansas, and the United States Tax Court

Little Rock

724 Garland | P.O. Box 1300
Little Rock, Arkansas 72203
501.374.9977

CONWAY

1422 Caldwell St.
Conway, Arkansas 72034
501.336.9944

HOT SPRINGS

100 Ridgeway, Suite 4
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
501.620.4242

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