Brinkley Cook-Campbell is a native Arkansan who grew up in the small town of Mount Judea, located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains. In 2015, Brinkley graduated magna cum laude from the University of Arkansas School of Law where he was the Executive Editor of the Arkansas Law Review. While in law school, Brinkley won the 2014 William H. Sutton Barrister’s Union Trial Competition. Brinkley was also awarded the Basset Law Firm Trial Advocacy Prize and was voted by his classmates to be the recipient of the Bogle-Sharp Award, given to the student “most likely to succeed in the practice of law.”
Prior to attending law school, Brinkley graduated summa cum laude from the University of Arkansas where he was awarded the Outstanding B.S.B.A. Graduating Senior in Economics Award and was the student commencement speaker for the graduating class of the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
Brinkley was licensed to practice law in Arkansas in 2015.
- Personal Injury
- Medical Malpractice
- Civil Suits/Tort Litigation
- Real Property
- Wills and Estates
- Arkansas, 2015
- Eastern and Western Federal District Courts of Arkansas
- J.D., Magna Cum Laude, University of Arkansas School of Law, 2015
- B.S.B.A., Economics/Finance, Summa Cum Laude, University of Arkansas, 2012
“Schoolhouse Block”: Why the Arkansas Public School Choice Act Should Be Improved but Not Eliminated, 67 ARK. L. REV. 927 (2014).