John Taylor Caldwell, Jr.

John’s diverse life and career experience combined with his Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, and Juris Doctor from the UA Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law makes him a fantastic litigation attorney at Leigh Law.

While attending law school, John developed a passion for litigation through his extensive practice in the Legal Clinic program as a Rule 15 law student. John practiced law, under the supervision of two licensed attorneys, in the Litigation Clinic and the Delta Clinic.   

John’s diverse life and career experience combined with his Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, and Juris Doctor from the UA Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law, makes him a fantastic litigation attorney at Leigh Law.

While attending law school, John developed a passion for litigation through his extensive practice in the Legal Clinic program as a Rule 15 law student. John practiced law under the supervision of two licensed attorneys, in the Litigation Clinic and the Delta Clinic. In the Delta Clinic, John traveled to Southeast Arkansas to help meet the legal needs of those who do not have access to affordable legal representation. This was a fulfilling mission and an integral reason he joined Leigh Law, because of the firm’s commitment to provide access to affordable, meaningful legal help for working-class Arkansans.

John was born and raised in Hope, Arkansas; his blue-collar roots taught him the value of hard work, integrity, compassion for circumstances, and respect for others. John now lives in Little Rock with his wife Claire and his two children, Taylor and Presley. John is currently licensed to practice law in the State of Arkansas, and uses his law license to fulfill his passion for helping people with their problems.

 

 

 

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