Your Connection At The Capitol: Legislative Counsel And Advocacy
Whether there’s a bill you’d like see passed or issues you think lawmakers should know about, it can be difficult to navigate the legislative process as an outsider. At McDaniel, Richardson & Calhoun, we make sure your concerns are heard at the Arkansas General Assembly. We work with a wide range of clients — individuals, business owners, former officials and lobbyists — who are seeking changes to Arkansas law or policy.
- We build relationships: We become familiar faces in the halls of the Capitol. Powerful people know who we are — and they take our clients’ concerns seriously.
- We build bridges: We connect our clients to the right people at the right time to get their issues heard.
- We help level the playing field: The issues that matter most to you might not always get the attention they deserve. We help bring under-the-radar causes and ideas into the spotlight.
- We advise on lobbying efforts: Our attorneys draw on diverse experience in the law and government to counsel clients on lobbying efforts, including advising whether the changes you are seeking are within the scope of the law.
Experience That Leads To Legislative Results
Our counsel is grounded in firsthand experience with public policy and the legislative process. One of our partners is the youngest former attorney general in the country, and our other two partners have years of experience in government.
Our ties with influential lawmakers, officials and staff allow our clients to communicate their message directly to the right people to influence specific legislation. We can create political strategies that translate your needs into effective public policy advocacy and legislative and regulatory action.
Reach Out And Speak With Our Attorneys
Contact McDaniel, Richardson & Calhoun by calling 501-588-2104 or by completing an email contact form. Our firm’s office is conveniently located just half a mile from the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock.