Phone: 870.932.0900

Robert Riley

Office: 870.932.0900

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Robert is originally from Marion, Arkansas and grew up working on local farms in the Crittenden and Poinsett County areas. Working on farms from an early age instilled Robert with a deep respect for hard work. Robert graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2016, double majoring in political science and history. While at Ole Miss, Robert served as the vice-president of his fraternity and was involved with several philanthropic causes, including one service-oriented cause dedicated to spending time with disabled veterans at local veteran’s homes. Robert graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 2020. While at the University of Arkansas, Robert stayed involved with both his peers and his community. Robert practiced as a Rule XV student attorney through the law school legal clinic, where he successfully managed several Bankruptcy and Transactional matters for pro bono clients. Additionally, Robert served as the Chair of the Board of Advocates, which serves the law school by organizing and hosting the William J. Sutton Barrister’s Union Trial Competition, the Ben J. Altheimer Moot Court Competition, and the Client Counseling and Negotiations Competition. Robert was a member of Arkansas Law’s traveling trial team and also served on the executive board of the Property Law Society.

The most important things in Robert’s life are his family and friends. Robert is also an avid outdoorsman when time allows. Robert is excited to enter the practice of law and plans on using his practice to benefit both his clients and the community at large.


Fraternity

  • Pi Kappa Alpha

Robert Riley

Education

  • University of Arkansas School of Law, 2020
    -Chair, Board of Advocates
    -Winner, Negotiation and Client Counseling Competition - 2019
  • University of Mississippi, 2016
    -Bachelor of Arts – Political Science and History

Bar Admissions

  • Arkansas, 2020