The office of Dowden, James F. practices law in Little Rock, Arkansas and Pulaski County.
The office of Dowden, James F. practices law in Little Rock, Arkansas and Pulaski County. Our entire staff is dedicated to helping clients with their legal matters regarding: Bankruptcy Creditors Rights Litigation Please contact our Little Rock law firm with questions about your legal issue. Provide as much information as possible regarding your inquiry. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it will allow our legal team to begin an assessment of your case.
212 Center Street, Tenth Floor
Little Rock AR 72201
Banking Bankruptcy Creditors Rights Litigation
Practice Areas: Creditors Rights; Bankruptcy; Litigation
Admitted: 1977, Arkansas; 1978, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Arkansas; 1980, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court
Law School: University of Arkansas, J.D.
College: Vanderbilt University, B.A., 1974
Member: Pulaski County, Arkansas and American Bar Associations; Debtor-Creditor Bar of Central Arkansas (President, 1988-1989); American Bankruptcy Institute; National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees.
Biography: Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, 6th Judicial District, 1977-1980. Assistant Attorney General, State of Arkansas, 1980-1982. Law Clerk to U.S. Bankruptcy Judges Charles W. Baker and James G. Mixon, 1982-1985. Chapter 7 Trustee, Western District of Arkansas, 1985. Listed in: The Best Lawyers in America, Bankruptcy, Creditors' Rights, 1995. Mid-South Super Lawyers, 2007. Fellow, American College of Bankruptcy.
Place of birth: Dumas, Arkansas