Attorney Scott Scholl

From an early age, I found that I was very adept at working with fine details and applying them toward a solution. As someone who has always been an analytical thinker, I reveled in the art of critical thinking and problem-solving. This is what eventually led to me joining the U.S. Army.

I joined the Army so that I could learn to further develop those skills and apply them to real-world situations. For me, one of the best parts of serving was learning to work with others toward a common goal. It's what not only led me toward serving my country, but also a big part of what got me through my service, which included my participation in the invasion of Panama in 1989.

From the Military to the Legal Profession

When I finished my service, I was immediately drawn toward practicing law because I knew it would allow me to continue to use my analytical and problem-solving skills to serve my community. I was quickly accepted into the University of Nebraska College of Law and received my Juris Doctor before returning to my home state of Arkansas to begin practicing law. From the outset, I decided to focus on a few areas of the law that would provide me with the opportunity to help people who often didn't have the means or opportunity to help themselves.

I know what it’s like to be faced with overwhelming challenges. That’s why I make it my job to help others through tough situations.


My initial focus was on legal appeals because I knew that my ability to study the smallest details of a case could go a long way toward helping my clients reverse the original decision in their case. Outside of appeals, I decided to also devote my knowledge and expertise toward family and military law.

Given my military background and my familiarity with many of the legal entanglements associated with military service, I knew I wanted to provide counsel and support for the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve this great country. Serving in the U.S. Army has provided me with a strong familiarity with the unique situations that service members face, both in regards to their relationships with family and their legal affairs. 

Legal Services You Can Trust

At the end of the day, my goal is to provide affordable, reliable legal services and representation to individuals and families in Little Rock, Conway, and across the state of Arkansas. With over two decades of experience practicing law throughout the state, I'm truly committed to helping the members of my community navigate the legal system. I do this by providing effective legal strategies that can help them overcome whatever challenges they may be facing. 

Through compassion, dedication, and a relentless work ethic, I'll do everything I can to help my clients find a solution that can help them move forward. So if you or someone you know is looking for trusted legal counsel, call my office today and schedule a free case consultation.

Bar Admissions

  • Arkansas State Bar, 1998

Education

  • The University of Nebraska College of Law, 1998