- 3.8/5.0 (13 reviews)
With more than 60 years of combined legal experience, our staff of nine is committed to helping workers combat unfair employment practices wherever they occur. We represent both current and former employees — blue collar and white collar — as well as unions. Our attorneys are licensed in both Arkansas and federal courts and our staff includes lawyers licensed in Mississippi, Texas, Colorado, Michigan. Moreover, we are willing to obtain temporary admittance in jurisdictions outside of our normal practice area when the situation calls for it.
Unlike many law firms, we exclusively represent employees and unions and are committed to fighting workplace injustice in all its forms. As part of our diverse employment law practice, our attorneys advise clients regarding numerous labor and employment issues:
Arkansas employment law violations
Our Arkansas employee attorneys are dedicated, hardworking and highly motivated. We work with clients to understand their individual goals and concerns and manage their cases accordingly. We consider accessibility to be important and our attorneys make themselves available to answer questions and to return calls promptly — usually during the same business day. In this way, we stand out from many other Little Rock labor law firms.
Specific Areas of Practice for our Russellville office:
5.0/5.0 Review for Sanford Law Firm on 01/23/15 in Labor and Employment.
5.0/5.0 Review for Sanford Law Firm on 01/16/15 in Family Law.
This is what I told them when my case was over: "I just want to thank you again. You were so efficient and your word was as you said, I found no lag time with the handling of our case and I promise should I hear of anyone in need of an attorney,... Read more
This is what I told them when my case was over: "I just want to thank you again. You were so efficient and your word was as you said, I found no lag time with the handling of our case and I promise should I hear of anyone in need of an attorney, Josh Sanford will definetly be recommended. Again thank you." Read lessRead less