Chad a founding partner of Green & Gillispie, Attorneys at Law, in Little Rock, and... more
Chad a founding partner of Green & Gillispie, Attorneys at Law, in Little Rock, and has over twelve years of extensive trial experience involving complex issues in a wide variety of cases. Chad grew up in central Arkansas, graduated from the University of Arkansas, and earned his Juris Doctoris degree, while on the dean’s list, from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law (one... view profile
I have been an attorney for approximately 24 years. I was first licensed to practice... more
I have been an attorney for approximately 24 years. I was first licensed to practice in Alabama in 1990. In 2012, I received my license to practice in Arkansas. My practice is general in nature, meaning that I work for clients in the fields of domestic relations, criminal defense, dependency/neglect, juvenile delinquency, civil litigation (personal injury, medical malpractice, employment law... view profile
My long-time dream of practicing law with my son, Asa III, came true in 2008 when we... more
My long-time dream of practicing law with my son, Asa III, came true in 2008 when we founded The Asa Hutchinson Law Group. After a long career in the law and public service, I am home in Northwest Arkansas to serve clients from across the world out of the World Trade Center in Rogers, Arkansas. I continue to use my experience as a former federal prosecutor, defense lawyer and litigator to speci... view profile
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