Clint Lancaster is a former United States Marine who began his legal career in 2001 by working in law enforcement as a sworn and Arkansas CLEST certified police officer and field training officer. During his nearly five-year-long career in law enforcement, Clint made countless arrests and successful prosecutions.
By 2005, Clint decided to make a positive difference for people who needed legal services and gave up a successful career to go to law school.
Since opening the Lancaster Law Firm in Benton, Clint has litigated over 2,000 cases and received numerous awards for his legal prowess. His awards and recognition include: Mention on 20/20 Rising Star by Super Lawyer’s Magazine; one of Arkansas’s Top Attorneys by Arkansas Life Magazine; a Top 100 premiere attorney by the National Academy of Jurisprudence; Nationally Ranked Top 40 under 40 by the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys two years in a row; Best of the Best Attorney and Law Firm by the Readers of the Saline Courier ; one of the top 3 attorneys in Saline County by the readers of Saline County Lifestyles Magazine; and a Superb rating by Avvo.
Clint also has experience in corporate and business matters. Prior to opening The Lancaster Law Firm, Clint worked for two of Arkansas largest corporate law firms handling contracts, debtor and creditor relationships, maritime and admiralty cases, and estate planning.
Today, Clint is dedicated to ensuring that The Lancaster Law Firm brings aggressive, corporate-style representation as your attorney. No matter what the case, Clint and The Lancaster Law Firm are ready to help you today. Clint has represented people and businesses throughout Saline County and the rest of Arkansas. If Clint accepts your case, he will travel to fight for justice.
Call Clint Lancaster today for a consultation with one of Arkansas’s best attorneys.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, School of Law, Juris Doctor
- UALR Law Review, Assoc. Editor, Vol. Thirty-Three (2010-11)
- UALR Law Review, Apprentice, Vol. Thirty-Two (2009-10)
- Reasoning, Writing, & Advocacy: Top Paper
- Law and Economics: Top Paper
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy
- Clinton W. Lancaster, Note, The Use of the Recreational Navigation Doctrine To Increase Public Access To Waterways and Its Effect On Riparian Owners, 33 U. ARK. LITTLE ROCK L. REV. 161 (2011).
- Clinton W. Lancaster, Chiodini v. Lock, 2010 Ark. App. 340, ARK. REAL ESTATE REV. (2010-11).
- Clinton W. Lancaster, Crum v. Craig, 2010 Ark. App. 531, ARK. REAL ESTATE REV. (2010-11).
- Clinton W. Lancaster, Thought for the Future in VOICE OF THE FUTURE 13, 13 (Elder & Leemaur, 2007).