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7/01/14 2014-2015 CLE Pass
10/23/14 2014-2015 Time Management for Attorneys
10/23/14 2014-2015 Webinar: Guide to the Uniform Principal and Income Act
10/24/14 2014-2015 Federal Practice
10/24/14 2014-2015 Webinar: Attorney Ethics, Advertising and the Internet
10/27/14 2014-2015 Webinar: Techniques for Tax Efficiently Withdrawing Capital From a Closely Held Company
10/28/14 2014-2015 Webinar: Fiduciary and Income Tax Issues in Estate Planning, Part 1
10/29/14 2014-2015 Webinar: Fiduciary and Income Tax Issues in Estate Planning, Part 2
10/30/14 2014-2015 Webinar: Ethics in Litigation Update, Part 1
10/31/14 2014-2015 Webinar: Ethics in Litigation Update, Part 2

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New Judicial Appointments

November 26,2012

All judicial appointments are effective on January 1, 2013, except for Ross, who will be sworn in immediately.

On Wednesday, Governor Mike Beebe announced a slew of judicial appointments.

On the judicial front, Beebe announced the following appointments:

Judge Cliff Hoofman, Enola, to the Arkansas Supreme Court. Appointment expires December 31, 2014. Replaces Justice Robert Brown.

Bill Walmsley, Batesville, to the Arkansas Court of Appeals. Appointment expires December 31, 2014. Replace Judge Jo Hart.

Doug Martin, Fayetteville, to the 4th Judicial District, 2nd Division. Appointment expires December 31, 2014. Replaces Judge Kim Smith.

H.G. Foster, Conway, to the 20th Judicial District, 1st Division. Appointment expires December 31, 2014. Replaces Judge David Reynolds.

Will Feland, Cabot, to the 23rd Judicial District, 2nd Division. Appointment expires December 31, 2014. Replaces Judge Phillip Whiteaker.

P. Luevonda Ross, Monticello, to the Drew County District Court. Appointment expires December 31, 2014. Replaces Ken Harper.

Jason Duffy, Yellville, to the Marion County District Court. Appointment expires December 31, 2014. Fills a vacancy in office.



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