September 08
Rose law Firm

Three Attorneys join Rose Law Firm

Rose Law Firm is very pleased to announce that Tori Gordon Jones, Jack Easterly and Madison Throneberry have recently joined Rose Law Firm.

Tori Gordon Jones brings to the Firm a wide range of experience in areas of economic development and regulatory issues, with an emphasis on environmental, land use, and real estate law.  Ms. Jones most recently served as the Associate Director for the Office of Land Resources at the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality.  Prior to that, she worked as a regulatory policy advisor for Governor Asa Hutchinson and as an attorney for a multinational Washington, D.C. law firm advising real estate developers and other Fortune 500 companies on a range of transaction involving complex land use, real estate and environmental issues.  She earned her law degree from Georgetown Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Emory University.  Ms. Jones is admitted to practice in Arkansas, Maryland and the District of Columbia.

Jack Easterly will be joining the labor and employment and OSHA division at Rose Law Firm.  He earned his law degree from the University of Arkansas Little Rock Bowen School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies and Religious Studies from Westminster College.  He recently earned the highest score on the Arkansas Bar Exam.

Madison Throneberry will practice in the civil litigation and intellectual property division of Rose Law Firm.  She graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law, where she served as the Note and Comment Editor of the Arkansas Law Review.  She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Central Arkansas.