1000 W. 2nd St.
Little Rock, AR 72201
“Creative solutions and sound advice for your business and personal challenges,” is the core philosophy of Hopkins Law Firm, founded by Gregory M. Hopkins in 1984. The firm practices primarily in the areas of business, commercial and financial law, including commercial litigation, transactions, banking and financial institutions, corporations and entities and general advice.
Hopkins’ firm takes an unconventional approach to client legal challenges by focusing on early identification of a client’s true objectives — both short-term and long-term — some of which may not be readily identifiable, even to the client. He says, “Our attitude toward the law practice is summarized as follows: The law practice is not about winning or losing; it is about finding the best solutions and obtaining the best results for our clients.”
Hopkins completed his undergraduate degree at Arkansas State University in less than two years and received the Robert E. Lee Wilson Award, A-State’s highest student award. He also was the Outstanding Real Estate and Insurance Major. Hopkins received his law degree from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, where he was chief justice of the student court and president of the Phi Alpha Delta Legal fraternity.
Hopkins, also recognized in Soirée’s 2014 list of the 100 Top Lawyers in Little Rock, has received a number of other awards and recognitions, including recognition as Best Business Lawyer in Arkansas by the Arkansas Times in 2000. Other recognitions include: Best Lawyers — Arkansas Business; Top Attorneys in the Mid-South — Memphis Magazine; Super Lawyers of the Mid-South — Thomson-Rueters & Memphis Magazine; and The Bar Register of Pre-Eminent Lawyers — Martindale-Hubbell.
His proudest accomplishment is his family. He is married to Angie Newsom Hopkins, a forensic accountant. Their two children, Alison and Gregory, attend the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
Arkansas State University, B.S., real estate and insurance
University of Arkansas School of Law, J.D.
(Return to Best Lawyers in Little Rock 2015)