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Molly McNulty, an attorney, will run for Arkansas Court of Appeals



Little Rock, Arkansas – Attorney Molly McNulty declared her intention to run for the Arkansas Court of Appeals on Monday.

District 6, position 1, which includes Pulaski, Saline, and Perry counties, will be tuned by McNulty.

She has been Raymond Abramson’s law clerk at the Arkansas Court of Appeals.

Since beginning to work for him, McNulty has gained useful expertise regarding the appellate court system.

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law has employed her as an adjunct professor on several occasions.

“I am running for the Court of Appeals because I want to continue to serve Arkansans in a meaningful way by faithfully upholding the principles of justice under the Constitution and laws of our State,” said McNulty. “My experience working in the appellate court system has prepared me to take on this important role. As judge, I will follow the rule of law and ensure that every Arkansan is treated fairly and impartially.”

McNulty leadership positions:

• Member of the Board of Trustees for the Arkansas Bar Association.
• Co-chairing the 125th Annual Arkansas Bar Association Meeting this June.
• Vice Chair of the Central Arkansas Library System Foundation Board and Leadership Greater Little Rock Alumni Board.
• Sits on the Board of Directors of Camp Aldersgate, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, and the Historic Arkansas Museum Foundation and is on the Board of Advisors for the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.
• An active member of the rotary club as Membership Recruitment Chair.
• Junior League of Little Rock on the Sustainer Board.

“I have dedicated my life to public service. I would be honored to continue to serve our State as a Judge on the Arkansas Court of Appeals,” said McNulty.