Bruce Lindsey to Rejoin Wright Lindsey & Jennings

Bruce R. Lindsey, the longtime adviser to former President Bill Clinton and deputy White House counsel during the Clinton administration, will rejoin Wright Lindsey & Jennings LLP of Little Rock in September, the firm said Monday.

The firm, where Clinton worked from 1981-83, bears Lindsey's father's name. Lindsey was a partner at the firm before joining the Clinton administration.

Lindsey will be "of counsel" to the firm, available to clients for business and legislative advice and dispute resolution. He will continue to serve as a consultant to Clinton's presidential foundation and will divide his time between Little Rock and Washington, D.C.

Wright Lindsey & Jennings has offices in Little Rock, Russellville and Fayetteville. It was founded in 1900 and has more than 60 lawyers.