why it matters

 
Cara Boyd Connors, Esq.
 

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Cara Boyd Connors is an experienced attorney, who has built a career hallmarked by serving individual and governmental clients with skill and integrity.  

Cara began by attending and excelling at Hendrix College.  Because of her commitment to serving her community and academic success, Cara was named a Hendrix Lily Scholar, which afforded her a full scholarship.   While at Hendrix, Cara expanded her knowledge and experience by studying at St. Peter's College in Oxford, England.  

In 2006, Cara attended the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law.  Cara excelled inside and outside of the classroom and upon graduating, went on to pass the Tennessee and Arkansas bar on the first sitting.

As a deputy prosecuting attorney in Pulaski County, Arkansas, Cara worked tirelessly on jury trials, omnibus hearings, bench trials, and jury sentencing.  As a revocation hearing judge for the Arkansas Parole Board, she conducted fair and impartial hearings, and impartially applied criminal procedural laws. 
     
Cara's legal experience includes:
 
  • researching, analyzing, and writing comparing the American political system with the British political system;

  • researching principles of law for civil and criminal matters;

  • representing the State of Arkansas as a Pulaski County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney;
  • pursing retribution for crime victims at trial;
  • drafting state and federal orders; and
  • presiding over parole revocation and handing down decisive and just decisions for the Arkansas Parole Board;​.
 
Without question, Cara is a  skilled attorney, but it is her significant trial experience and commitment to zealous advocacy that makes her the best attorney for her clients.  Cara is committed to providing skilled representation that aids her clients in accomplishing their goals and defending their matters.
 
     And that is why it matters. . .

 
education
  • Juris Doctorate
               University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    William H. Bowen School of Law,
    Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Bachelor's of Science in Political Science
​               Hendrix College,  
    Conway, Arkansas
 
Law Licenses
  • Tennessee 2010
  • Arkansas 2010
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern  and
                Western Districts of Arkansas 2016
 
Professional Memberships
  • Pulaski County Bar Association
​               Member
  • Arkansas Association of Administrative Adjudicators 
               Secretary
  • Think Big Little Rock 
               Diversity Committee
 

 

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