Pulaski County, Arkansas Education Lawyers

Jennifer Williams Flinn
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Pulaski County, AR Education Law Attorney with 12 years experience
(501) 436-4646 124 W. Capitol Ave, Suite 1500
Little Rock, AR 72201
Free ConsultationEducation, Appeals, Business and Family
University of Arkansas - Little Rock
Jennifer is the founder and owner of the Flinn Law Firm, P.A. located in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law, where she teaches a course in Education Law. Prior to starting her own practice, Jennifer served as a policy advisor to Governor Mike Beebe, specializing in education and health care policy. Jennifer has also served as an attorney in the Arkansas Department of Education's General Counsel's Office, and immediately upon graduating from law school, Jennifer had the pleasure of serving as a judicial law...
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Pulaski County Education Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services

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