1501 N. University, Suite 228
Little Rock, AR 72207
David Couch is an Arkansas lawyer and public policy advocate. He represents people who have been neglected or abused in nursing homes. Since 2001, he has represented individuals in Arkansas and in more than 20 other states.
Couch believes that we have an obligation to care for and protect those who are unable to care for and protect themselves, and his advocacy extends beyond the courtroom. He is actively involved with organizations that help shape public policy that protects those unable to protect themselves. Because of his expertise he frequently presents at national conferences on issues involving nursing home litigation and public policy that impacts them.
Couch is an advocate for the state he loves and seeks ways to make Arkansas an even better place to live and work. Over the past several years he has authored and worked on numerous ballot measures, including ones to legalize medical marijuana, raise Arkansas’ minimum wage, enact campaign finance and ethics reforms, and to modernize Arkansas’ antiquated “partial prohibition” system.
He is a native of Newport and a lifelong Arkansan. He graduated from the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, where he was an associate editor of the UALR Law Journal.
University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, B.A. in political science
UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, J.D.
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