Zibilla Wolfe

Zibilla Wolfe

Seasoned family law attorney and little Rock native, Zibilla Wolfe, graduated from historic Little Rock Central High in 1988. In 1992, she received her undergraduate degree in Government and African Studies from Smith College in Massachusetts, and spent her junior year abroad in east Africa at the University of Nairobi in Kenya. In 1998 Zibilla received her JD from the City University of New York school of Law (CUNY Law) and she is licensed to practice law in Arkansas, Hawaii, and Vermont.

Zibilla brings to Leigh-Law her 15 years of experience in the law, particularly family law, domestic abuse, complex custody, attorney ad litem, landlord-tenant, personal injury, insurance defense, and women’s rights. She has worked for nonprofits and in private practice.

Zibilla also has a commitment to public service and volunteering. She has been a longtime member of the YWCA sitting on local boards as well as the national board of the YWCA of the USA. She was the North American delegate to the United Nations 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women and NGO Forum in Beijing, China for the World YWCA. She helped draft the Platform for Action for Beijing as well as the criminal code on rape in war for the International Criminal Court. Zibilla has worked with the Reproductive Freedom Project of the national office of the American Civil Liberties Union and the international unit of the Center for Reproductive Law & Policy.

It is the synergy of these experiences that allow clients to put their trust in Leigh Law… Roaring to the Rescue.

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