Lee Lowther represents consumers in complex litigation who have fallen victim to the frauds, schemes, and abuses of unscrupulous actors. For several years before joining Carney Bates & Pulliam, Lowther had a wide-ranging defense practice at a respected firm in Little Rock, Arkansas. During his time as a defense lawyer, Lowther learned how to exploit procedural and substantive weaknesses in plaintiffs’ cases. This experience serves him well on the other side, enabling him to spot and solve problems before they arise.
Lowther has also benefited from working in the courts. During law school, Lowther worked as an intern for the Honorable James M. Moody, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Arkansas. And after graduating, Lowther clerked for the Honorable D.P. Marshall Jr., United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Arkansas. In these roles, Lowther had the benefit of working on cases during every stage of litigation, from the filing of the complaint through rulings on post-judgment motions. More importantly, Lowther observed firsthand how litigation strategies succeed and fail.
During law school, Lowther was chosen by faculty to join the National Trial Competition Team. Lowther also competed in the 2012 Ben J. Altheimer Moot Court Competition, where he and his partner took the award for Best Respondent’s Brief.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock (J.D., High Honors); University of Arkansas at Little Rock (B.A.)
Licensed in Arkansas, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, and the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas, (2013)
Arkansas Bar Association; American Association for Justice