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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.

Education and Memberships

I am a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) and William H. Bowen Law School. I am a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Full Counsel Metro Church, National Association for Public Defense, Downtown & East End Neighborhood Association, AM&N/UAPB Little Rock Alumni 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 $75,000 in scholarships to UAPB students. I started Bee Masked Inc. which provides stylish masks to youths in residential treatment facilities.

I also work with the Oscar Washington, Jr. Educational Fund to provide Chromebooks to underprivileged 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.