Sam Jackson joined Carney Bates & Pulliam in 2021 after developing a strong interest in protecting the public as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. As a DPA Sam prosecuted domestic violence and sexual assault cases, where he gained invaluable litigation experience evaluating cases, managing relationships with victims, negotiating cases with opposing counsel, and ultimately trying numerous cases in front of judges and juries. In the high-volume practice, he gained the ability to quickly evaluate evidence and to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a case theory. Working to bring justice for victims naturally led him to the firm, where his focus is on consumer protection and data privacy. Sam was actively engaged in his educational communities both at Hendrix (2008) and the University of Arkansas School of Law (2013). He remains engaged, volunteering his time for the tennis community in Little Rock as well as serving on both the Arkansas and Southern Tennis Associations.
University of Arkansas at Fayetteville (J.D., 2013; Student Bar Association Vice President); Hendrix College (B.A. in Economics, 2008)
Licensed in Arkansas (2013) and New York (2014)
Licensed in the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas
Licensed in the Northern and Southern Districts of New York
Arkansas Bar Association