Rose Law Firm Names First Female Managing Member

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018 11:09 am   1 min read

Robyn Allmendinger (Rose Law Firm)

Rose Law Firm in Little Rock on Wednesday announced the election of Robyn Allmendinger as the first female managing member in its 198-year history. Her term is effective immediately.

Allmendinger succeeds Craig Lair, who held the position since 2015 and will now be serving as general counsel to one of the firm's clients.

Under his leadership, the firm experienced consistent year-over-year growth, adding an office in Fayetteville and new attorneys, the firm said.

Allmendinger graduated from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's Bowen School of Law in 2002 and immediately joined Rose Law Firm.

She is ranked by Chambers USA as a real estate lawyer and is featured in Best Lawyers in America for her work in securities and capital markets.

Allmendinger is also a sustainer in the Junior League of Little Rock and a respite care provider and supporter of The C.A.L.L, which provides support to foster families in Pulaski County.

 

 

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