Tim Cullen was selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2018 in the field of Appellate Practice.
Tim Cullen was named a Little Rock Soiree Best Lawyer for 2016.
Tim Cullen’s law practice focuses on appellate advocacy, business litigation, and complex civil litigation.
He graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville where he served as student body president. In 1994, Tim enrolled in law school and served on the Board of Advocates and received several top-paper awards. Also in law school, Tim clerked at the Fayetteville, Arkansas, firm of Odom & Elliott, and as a part-time law clerk to Judge William A. Storey. Upon graduation, Tim worked as clerk to the late Judge Terry Crabtree at the Arkansas Court of Appeals. Next, he opened a private law practice and began representing a wide variety of cases and clients in appellate and trial matters.
His firm has taken on some of the largest cases in the state. “I am honored by it. I am glad that my clients put their trust in me,” Cullen said.
“As a lawyer, people trust you with their lives, and you have a moral responsibility to them,” Cullen said in the Arkansas Business publication in connection with his being honored as “40 under 40″. He has also served as an adjunct instructor in the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s political science department. In 1999, Cullen received the Golden Gavel Award from the Arkansas Bar Association.
Active in the Arkansas Bar Association (Member, Board of Trustees, 2020-present; Member, House of Delegates, 2008-11; Chair, Young Lawyers Section, 2001-2002; Secretary/Treasurer, Young Lawyers Section, 2000-2001), Tim was also selected as a member of the William R. Overton Inn of Court, Little Rock, Arkansas. He holds active memberships in the American Bar Association, the Pulaski County Bar Association, and the Arkansas and American Trial Lawyer Associations. He is a member of the Federal Practice Committee for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, a former member of the Arkansas Model Jury Instruction — Civil Committee (appointed by the Supreme Court) and a former member of the Task Force on Electronic Appeals.
Tim coached his son’s five and six year-old tee-ball team, and was a den leader for his sons’ cub scout packs. An Eagle Scout himself, he is also the President for the Quapaw Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
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