John "Jack" Phillips, IV
Jack joined the firm in 2018 after spending a year clerking with Wales Comstock. Jack's current practice includes both criminal and civil matters, including appellate advocacy, casualty litigation, employment disputes, landlord/tenant disputes and business law.
Jack is a native of Cherokee Village, Arkansas and graduated with honors from the University of Arkansas School of Law, additionally earning a business law certificate. Jack was a member of the Arkansas Law Review and represented the University of Arkansas at the National Moot Court Competition and Tulane University Sports Law Moot Court Competition. Jack was honored to be awarded the James H. McKenzie Award for outstanding performance in professional responsibility and ethics.
Jack graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a Bachelor's in Political Science and a Master's in Community and Economic Development. He worked as an Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions at the University of Central Arkansas and was actively involved in the UCA community prior to law school.
Away from work, Jack enjoys hunting, traveling and golfing with his fiance', Elizabeth Trumbo, and is actively involved in the Northwest Arkansas community.
Admitted to Practice
- Arkansas, 2018
- University of Central Arkansas, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, 2012.
- University of Central Arkansas, Master of Science in Community and Economic Development, 2015.
- University of Arkansas School of Law, Juris Doctorate, Business Law Certificate, 2018, with honors.
Related Professional Experience
- Legal Intern, University of North Carolina Athletics - Chapel Hill, 2016
- Legal Extern, Lindsey Management Company, 2018
- Washington County Bar Association
- W.B. Putnam American Inn of Court