Arkansas Personal Injury Attorneys
At Moffitt & Phillips, we are dedicated to serving the legal needs of the citizens of Arkansas. We are located in the heart of downtown Little Rock and provide many types of legal services including representation in the areas of criminal/DWI defense, personal injury, divorce, eminent domain/condemnation actions, real estate transactions, commercial litigation, and business law. At Moffitt & Phillips your case is always handled directly by an attorney. We take pride in personally providing your case the professional attention it deserves. Additionally, we provide all potential clients with a free consultation and case evaluation in order to help them navigate through the often complex legal process.
Whether your case is criminal or civil in nature, big or small; if you are in need of legal representation and want a law firm that is responsive to your unique situation, give our office a call today.
300 Spring Street
Little Rock AR 72201
Brandon, originally from Lexington, Tennessee, has been a resident of Arkansas since 2003 when he moved to Little Rock to attend the UALR Bowen School of Law. While obtaining his law degree, Brandon was active in the Student Bar Association and served as Class Representative, Vice-President, and President during his tenure. Further, Brandon was elected to serve on the American Bar Association — Law Student Division Board of Governors where he represented the interests of all law students from the states of Arkansas, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Brandon participated in the law school's Litigation and Tax Clinics where he provided legal representation to financially disadvantaged clients while obtaining his law degree.
Since graduating from law school, Brandon and Michael Phillips established the law firm, Moffitt & Phillips, PLLC based in Little Rock, Arkansas. Moffitt & Phillips, PLLC is a litigation firm focusing in plaintiff’s personal injury, wrongful death, business litigation, real estate litigation, and criminal defense. Further, Brandon has become active within several legal organizations. Brandon was elected to the Executive Counsel for the Young Lawyers Division of the Arkansas Bar Association, was elected as Chair-Elect of the Young Lawyers Division for the 2009-2010 term, and has been appointed to serve on the Technology Committee, Law School Committee, Annual Meeting Committee, and Member Benefits Committee for the Association. Additionally, Brandon has taken an active role in the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association and was named Co-Outstanding Young Trial Lawyer for 2009 and also named to the Association’s Legislative Committee. Further, Brandon has served as the Golf Committee Co-Chair for the Pulaski County Bar Association and received the President's Award for 2009.
Brandon is licensed to practice before the courts of Arkansas and Tennessee. Brandon practices in the areas of Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Criminal Defense, Business Law, and general civil litigation.
Bar Number: Arkansas Law License
Bar Number: Tennessee Law Licens
Bar Number: Licensed in the Fede
University of Arkansas at Little Rock - Bowen School of Law
University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Michael is a life-long resident of Arkansas. Born in Jonesboro in 1980, Michael grew up in Lawrence County on his family's rice, soybean and wheat farm. There he spent his summers learning the importance of hard work, determination, and loyalty. These are the same values that Michael now strives to incorporate into his law practice.
Bar Number: All Arkansas State C
Bar Number: Federal District Cou
William H. Bowen School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2006
University of Arkansas - Little Rock
Master of Business Administration, 2007
University of Central Arkansas
Bachelor of Business Administration, 2003
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