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McMath Woods P.A. Welcomes Sarah C. Jewell

Published on Jan 16, 2019 at 3:28 pm in Firm News.

LITTLE ROCK, AR, January 16, 2019 – McMath Woods P.A. is pleased to announce that Sarah C. Jewell has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Sarah will continue her personal injury practice in Fayetteville, where McMath Woods P.A. will open an office in 2019. Sarah’s injury and wrongful death practice, including her experience in car crashes and premises liability, will complement the firm’s core litigation practice and ethical pursuit of justice for individuals.

“We’re proud to report that McMath Woods P.A. is expanding, and we stand committed to the people of our state. With the addition of Sarah in a Fayetteville office, we can serve the Northwest portion of our state like we have in Central Arkansas for 66 years. Sarah’s leadership, drive and passion are a natural fit with the principles that have guided this firm from the beginning. We’re glad to have Sarah on board,” says Carter C. Stein, managing partner of McMath Woods P.A.

Prior to joining McMath Woods P.A. in 2019, Sarah was formerly an associate attorney at Hare Wynn and Daniels Law Firm. Sarah obtained her J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law. She received her B.A. in English from the University of Arkansas and M.A. in English from Texas Christian University.

Sarah is the Chair of the Arkansas Bar Association Young Lawyers Section and serves as Arkansas’ young lawyer delegate to the American Bar Association House of Delegates. She also serves as the Chair-Elect of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association New Lawyers Network, and she is on the Board of Governors for the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association. Super Lawyers recognized Sarah in 2018 as a Mid-South Rising Star. In 2017, Sarah received the Judith Ryan Gray Young Lawyer Service Award from the Arkansas Bar Association for her extraordinary service, outstanding contributions and promoting the public welfare of the Association. In the same year, the Arkansas Bar Association also honored Sarah with the Frank C. Elcan II Leadership Award for her exceptional leadership skills and outstanding contribution. Sarah received the Arkansas Bar Association Young Lawyers Section Award of Excellence in 2016.

McMath Woods P.A. of Little Rock, Arkansas is an injury, environmental and employment law firm representing individuals and small businesses. The firm was founded in 1953 by Governor Sidney S. McMath, Leland F. Leatherman and Henry Woods, and was quickly recognized as a leading advocate of the civil justice system. 


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