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John Ogle – Clark Law Firm Bio

John C. Ogle is an associate of Clark Law Firm. John has a commercial litigation practice that focuses on a variety of business, civil, and construction disputes. He skillfully approaches each case with the determination and the attention to detail necessary for complex commercial litigation.

John is a cum laude graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Law class of 2019. During law school, he served as the Managing Editor for the University of Arkansas Law Review controlling business operations and managing 22 staff editors. As a second-year law student, John reached the finals of the 2017 Barrister’s Trial Competition and argued his case in front of Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Rhonda Wood.

Before law school, John attended Hendrix College as a two-sport athlete in basketball and golf. He graduated in three years with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and earned his Master’s in Accounting a year later. John helped lead the basketball team to a conference championship in 2015 and received all-conference honors. He enjoys playing basketball, golf, biking, hunting, and fishing in his free time.

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Practice Areas
  • Business Litigation
  • Construction Litigation
  • Banking Litigation
  • Property Litigation
  • Tax litigation
  • Title Insurance Litigation
  • Appellate Advocacy
  • Administrative Law
  • Healthcare Litigation
  • Securities Litigation
  • Heavy Haul and Transport Disputes
  • Antitrust Litigation
  • Domestic Disputes
  • Education Law
  • Employment Law
Bar Admissions
  • Arkansas, 2019
Education
  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Leflar School of Law
    • J.D. cum laude – 2019
    • Managing Editor, University of Arkansas Law Review
  • Hendrix College
    • M.A. Accounting
    • B.A. Economics
      • Basketball - Captain, SAA All-Conference
      • Golf – 2016 SAA Tournament Finalist
Published Works
  • Identities Lost: Enacting Federal Law Mandating Disclosure and Notice After a Data Security Breach. 72 Ark. L. Rev. 221, 2019.
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