Former Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola has lined up his next job. Stodola will be returning to the private sector, as an attorney for Barber Law Firm.
Stodola will be focusing on “government relations, business and regulatory transactions, and real estate” while working at Barber Law Firm.
“Mark has the practical knowledge and innovative experience to support clients who are tackling opportunities that require navigating negotiations and regulations at all levels of government,” said Perry Wilson, managing member of Barber Law Firm PLLC. “He has been in a unique position to cultivate many public-private partnerships, and he brings those development skills to our clients. Barber Law Firm PLLC is a full-service business law firm with over 100 years of history and experience, but we continue to look to the future on behalf of our clients and communities.”
He previously served as a senior partner at Catlett & Stodola PLC before running for Mayor of Little Rock. During this time, he was named to the Mid-South Super Lawyers List twice for the general litigation and government/cities/municipalities categories.
Stodola is also the former Little Rock city attorney, a position he served as for six years, as well as a prosecuting attorney for the 6thJudicial District of Arkansas.
He is currently serving as an adjunct professor at the Clinton School of Public Service.