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Bailey Law Firm named tops in Siloam Springs

By: 17 February 2012 One Comment

Siloam Springs Attorney David A. Bailey may have worried about being a bit rusty when he got back into the full time business of practicing law in July, but he needn’t have been concerned.

Indeed, the Herald-Leader in Siloam Springs informed Bailey this week that his office was named “Best Law Firm” in that newspaper’s 2012 Reader’s Choice awards.

“I’m honored and feel privileged,” Bailey said of the award. “I praise God for it. I wanted to win eventually, but I didn’t think I’d be lucky enough to get it this year. I’m thankful and humbled by it.”

Bailey established his practice in 1996 and ran it full time until August 2009 when he took a position as a law professor at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He turned his firm over to an associate, but did still keep an eye on things in the office and stayed active in the “real world” legal profession by continuing his part-time job as the Siloam Springs city prosecutor — a position he’s held since 2002.

After two years of being a full time law professor, Bailey went back to being and adjunct professor at the UA School of Law and decided to again run his practice on a day-to-day basis in July. His firm focuses on adoptions, child custody and support, corporate law, criminal defense, divorce, estate planning, personal injury, trusts and wills.

You can visit him online and ask general legal questions at Bailey has also been a contributor here at First Arkansas News.

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One Comment »

  • Brenda Bailey said:

    Nice story! Thank you very much. We are all very excited about this honor.

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