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Little Rock  John Lind Collar Jr.

John Collar

Atlanta, GA Domestic Violence
Avvo rating 7.5
I hired this attorney in 2010 to assist me with a land contract dispute. He charged me a large retainer fee... more
Little Rock  Edward R Downs Jr.

Edward Downs

Riverdale, GA Arbitration
Avvo rating 6.5
I have recommended Mr. Allison to so many of my friends and they are all still with him and trust him. My... more
Little Rock  Donald M Allison

Donald Allison

Boca Raton, FL Real Estate
Avvo rating 6.5
Wendy reviewed a considerable amount of information in a relatively short period of time and drafted a well... more
Little Rock  Wendy S Burke

Wendy Burke

Cameron Park, CA Child Custody
Avvo rating 5.7
Mr. Delgado did a great job going over everything at our first meeting. He was well informed and took his... more
Little Rock  Gerardo M. Delgado

Gerardo Delgado

Winchester, VA Bankruptcy / Chapter 7
Avvo rating 6.3
this lawyer was absolutely reprehensible. he filed to return my calls and kept having to call his "friend"... more
Little Rock  Joseph Makhandal Champagne Jr

Joseph Champagne

Toms River, NJ Immigration
Avvo rating 6.1
Ms. Hanna was very helpful in getting me the settlement that was warranted after being injured at work. She... more
Little Rock  Natasha M. Hanna

Natasha Hanna

Myrtle Beach, SC Real Estate
Avvo rating 8.5
Mr. Mackey helped more than 20 years ago in a divorce/custody case and then again @ 2 years ago with another... more
Little Rock  George B. Mackey

George Mackey

Fort Worth, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.7


practicing lawyers in Little Rock

Little Rock, Arkansas was really named after a little rock. When early settlers traveled to the area, they saw a pile of stones set on the Arkansas River bank. Called “La Petite Roche,” Little Rock signaled to the newcomers that the Mississippi Delta region was becoming mountainous foothills. They called the place “the little rock,” and that is still the name today.

The Indian and French heritage of Arkansas is reflected in its name as well. The French explorers called the native Americans of the area the “Arkansaes” which means South Wind.

The General Assembly in 1881 decided the appropriate spelling and pronunciation of Arkansas. You do not pronounce the “s” at the end, and at one time, it was illegal to mispronounce.