Phone: (501) 975-7155
Chris Stevens is a Little Rock native. He attended Hendrix College for his undergraduate education and completed his legal studies at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. During law school, Chris clerked for Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Robert Brown. Chris began practicing law in 2012. His primary areas of practice are civil rights defense, commercial law and real estate law.
• J.D., magna cum laude, University of Arkansas School of Law, Fayetteville, 2012; Arkansas Law Review Articles Editor; Arkansas Law Review Comment, Deciding Not to Decide: A Short History of the Dixon Rule and a Way Forward, 64 Ark. L. Rev. 1121 (2012); William B. Putman Inn of Court
• B.A., English and Religion, magna cum laude, Hendrix College, 2007; Arkansas Distinguished Governor’s Scholar
Arkansas, Federal District Courts of Arkansas and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
Memberships & Activities:
American Bar Association; Arkansas Bar Association; Pulaski County Bar Association; Volunteer with James H. Penick Boys and Girls Club; Board of Trustees for Trinity United Methodist Church; and Habitat For Humanity Young Professionals