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Working together, and ethically, we can provide appropriate services to clients, help our peers, and protect ourselves by practicing and  promoting civility, courtesy, reciprocity, and support in what we do and do not do to each other.
Lawyering Well-Being: Taking Care of Self and Other Lawyers Ethically in Trying Times
Stark Ligon, JD

Jun 24, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Stark Ligon
Stark Ligon has been Ethics Counsel for the Arkansas Supreme Court since April 1, 2021, after having the privilege to serve as Chief Disciplinary Counsel of the Arkansas Supreme Court Office of Professional Conduct and Executive Director of the Committee on Professional Conduct from 2001-2021. A native of Arkadelphia, a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville (1968, B.A. History) and the UALR Law School (1975), he was licensed in Arkansas (1975) and in the Supreme Court of the United States. Ligon was in private law practice from 1975-85 in Little Rock and then Warren, where he served as a deputy prosecuting attorney. He served as a chancery judge and later as a circuit judge in the Tenth Judicial District in southeast Arkansas (1985-1994), chief legal counsel to a governor, general counsel to a state agency, State Judge Advocate (Colonel, Retired) in the Arkansas Army National Guard, and as a mediator and arbitrator in private practice.