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About Clark Law Firm, PLLC

Clark Law Firm is a leading, litigation focused law firm based in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Northwest Arkansas is one of the top-15 fastest growing metros in the United States and its three charter cities, Fayetteville, Springdale, and Bentonville, are consistently ranked among the best places to live in America. The region is also home to three Fortune 300 companies fostering growth and business development throughout the community.

Suzanne Clark founded our firm in 2012 after practicing several years at the largest national firm in the state.

Since 2012 the firm has grown not only our team but also our areas of practice. We pride ourselves in being able to handle any litigation dispute our clients may bring us. Our core practice areas include: civil litigation, construction litigation, business disputes, real estate disputes, logistics & heavy haul litigation, appellate practice, education law, employment law, domestic disputes, health care litigation, and banking litigation. We do not perform transactional work but have instead developed close relationships with the region’s best transactional attorneys. Whether for litigation support or separate financial/transactional matters, this freedom allows our firm to handpick the best transactional attorneys for our clients’ specific needs.

Our focus on the factual details provides our clients a competitive advantage when facing litigation disputes. Complex litigation often involves the discovery of hundreds of thousands of documents, and our attorneys provide the diligence required to prepare such a case. Our broad knowledge of legal issues allows our attorneys to guide clients through disruptive and potentially life altering disputes.

When facing a serious contract dispute or litigation matter,

Make no mistake: your attorney's experience will make a difference. At Clark Law Firm, our lawyers offer more than a decade of experience successfully representing businesses, individuals, and contractors at the negotiating table and in court.