Jay joined our firm in the Arkadelphia office in 2010. A native of Arizona, Jay says that living in Arkansas was an adjustment, but he’s now proud to call Arkadelphia home. One of Jay’s greatest strengths is his commitment to truly listening to his clients and understanding their perspective.

His passion for people extends beyond the workday: Jay and his wife, Christa, serve as foster parents in Clark County and participate in The Call, a Christian organization that encourages families to get involved in foster care and meet the needs of children in Arkansas.

Jay’s favorite job title is “Daddy.” He loves to see the world through the eyes of his two young daughters as they read, learn, and play. Their dog, Maggie, usually joins in on the fun.


After attending Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia and earning a degree in business management, Jay received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 2010. He is a member of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association and the Clark County Bar Association.