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Brenda Stallings

Devoted to Service and the Community

Legal Experience

As an attorney, I have provided guidance and assistance pertaining to the legal circumstances of my clients throughout Little Rock since 1996. At the beginning of my career, I worked at the Center for Arkansas Legal Service where I handled divorce cases, custody cases, child support, visitation, consumer law, social security, eviction case, juvenile law with an emphasis on adoption, custody, guardianship, and dependency-neglect cases. I currently represent juveniles charged with crimes in Perry and Pulaski Counties, including individuals charged with first degree murder, manslaughter, other felonies, misdemeanors and truancy.

I teach at William H. Bowen Law School as an Adjunct Professor and the Criminal Justice Institute as a Certified Law Enforcement Instructor.

I am also a Certified Dependency-Neglect and Domestic Relations Attorney Ad Litem.


Licensed to Practice Law

State of Arkansas (1996)

State of Michigan (1998)

State of Tennessee (2022)

Education and Memberships

    I am a cum laude graduate of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) and William H. Bowen School of Law. 

I am the 2023-2024 President of the W. Harold Flowers Law Society, Inc. and the

2023-2025 President of the UAPB/AM&N Pulaski County Alumni Chapter.

I am a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Full Counsel Metro Church, Arkansas Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Michigan Bar Association, Pulaski County Bar Association, Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers, Who's Who in Higher Law Education, Downtown Neighborhood Association, Wright Avenue Neighborhood Association, NAACP, Urban League of Arkansas, and Little Rock Marathoners group.

Serving the Community

I serve the community by providing free legal advice through the ABA Access to Justice Commission. I co-founded the BellTower Scholarship, Inc. (est. 2008) which has provided over $80,000 in scholarships to UAPB students. I started Build a Future, Support a Child which along with the Oscar Washington, Jr. Educational Fund provides chromebooks to foster care kids in Pulaski County. 

In April 2021, I was recognized as Arkansan of the Day for my volunteer activities. 

I live in my community, believe in my community and serve my community.

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