Emily White is an attorney with 19 years of experience in civil, criminal and administrative litigation and represents SDF Gun Owners of Arkansas Members.
Emily is an attorney in the Little Rock office of Cadell Reynolds, P.A. Recently, she served as the 33rd State District Court Judge for Hot Spring and Grant Counties and has served to times on the Arkansas Supreme Court as a special associate justice. She was a member of the Arkansas Lawyer Wellness Task-force, representing the state district court judges.
Before joining Caddell Reynolds, she worked for Arkansas as Deputy Executive Director of the Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission, where she investigated and civilly prossecuted state court judges for ethical misconduct.
Her work in this field was highlighted by Reuters Special Reports, Arkansas Money and Politics, Arkansas Democrat Gazette and the Arkansas Times.
Emily is a certified law enforcement instructor since 2014 and continues teaching for the University of Arkansas Criminal Justice Institute.
Emily worked as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the Sixth and Twenty-Second Judicial Districts, where she prosecuted general crimes, sexual assaults and homicides in Pulaski and Saline Counties.
Emily is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association, Arkansas Trial Lawyers’ Association and a former member of the Association of Judicial Disciplinary Counsel.
She is a 2001 graduate of the University of Arkansas William H Bowen School of Law where she served as Honor Council Prosecutor and a “Reddie” from Henderson State University.
Emily and her husband have two daughters. In her spare time she enjoys yoga, hiking and the beach.
Practice Areas: Crivil And Administrative Litigation – Personal Injury – Criminal Defense – Wrongful Death – Workers Compensation
Caddell Reynolds Law Firm
10809 Executive Center Drive
Searcy Building, Plaza 8
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
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