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About Us

Kelly Ann Procter-Pierce

Kelly Ann Procter-Pierce

Attorney at Law/Certified Mediator

Since 1989, Kelly Ann Procter-Pierce has worked to protect friends and neighbors like you. Her successful career and involvement in numerous civic organizations have contributed to her reputation of integrity. She approaches each case with a balance of fairness and compassion for her clients. Kelly was recognized in 2013 as the Volunteer Attorney of the Year, exemplifying her commitment to serving others while seeking justice. If you are in need of legal services, let KAPP Legal represent you. Contact us today to get started!

Professional Status

Licensed Attorney
1989 Admitted to Arkansas Bar
1991 Admitted to Texas Bar
1989 Admitted to U.S. District Court of Arkansas Eastern and Western Districts
1989 Admitted to U.S. Court of Appeals-Eighth Circuit
2000 Admitted to U.S. Supreme Court
2002 Admitted to U.S. District Court of Texas Northern District

Education

Masters in Agricultural Law (LL.M.)
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville – May 1995
Thesis: Kelly A. Procter, State Groundwater Management Practices and Proposed Modifications to Arkansas’ Groundwater Management Act (1995) (unpublished LL.M. thesis, University of Arkansas – Fayetteville).

Juris Doctorate
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville – December 1988
Cambridge University, Downing College, Cambridge, England – Summer 1987

Bachelor of Arts (Communications)
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville – January 1986

Experience

Private Practice
General Civil and Criminal Practice (including Administrative hearings)
Jury Trial experience in both civil and criminal matters
Appellate experience in both civil and criminal matters

Arkansas Court Of Appeals
Law Clerk – Judge John E. Jennings

Arkansas Attorney General’s Office
Assistant Attorney General – Criminal Appeals

Instructor of Administrative Law
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville – Political Science

Graduate Teaching Assistant
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville – Communications

Training (Significant)

Alternative Dispute Resolution Training
Family Mediation Training, 20 hours – August 2008
Basic Mediation Skills, 40 hours – August 2005

Western Trial Advocacy Institute
48 hours – July 2007

Twenty-First Annual National Seminar on Federal Sentencing Guidelines
15 hours – May 2012

Civic Boards & Organizations

Center for Arkansas Legal Services – Board Member
A non-profit organization that provides free legal services to low-income individuals residing in the State of Arkansas in civil (non-criminal) cases.

Innocence Project, Inc. – Volunteer Attorney
A national litigation and public policy organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted individuals through DNA testing and reforming the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.

Center for Arkansas Legal Services Legal Aid of Arkansas – Volunteer Panel Attorney (1995-present)
A non-profit organization that provides free legal services to low-income individuals residing in the state of Arkansas in civil (non-criminal) cases.

Sebastian County Republican Committee
Currently serving as Sebastian County State Committeewoman

Sebastian County Republican Women
Currently serving as Corresponding Secretary

Recognitions

Center for Arkansas Legal Services
Legal Aid of Arkansas
Equal Assess to Justice
River Valley Volunteer Attorney Project
Volunteer Attorney of the Year 2013