John Doyle Nalley

John Doyle Nalley

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John Doyle has practiced law in Benton for over 30 years. He is a lifelong resident of Saline County and graduated With Honors from the UALR School of Law in 1986, after graduating from the University of Arkansas Fayetteville in 1981.

Born:
Benton, Arkansas
Education and Work History:
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, B.S.B.A., 1981
University of Arkansas School of Law, J.D., 1986, Graduated with Honors
  • Who’s Who among American College Students
  • 1st in Class - Torts - American Jurisprudence Award
  • 1st in Class - Evidence - American Jurisprudence Award
  • 1st in Class - Family Law - American Jurisprudence Award
  • 1st in Class - Federal Income Taxation - American Jurisprudence Award
  • 1st in Class - Research Writing and Advocacy - American Jurisprudence Award
  • Recipient of Justice George Rose Smith Law Scholarship
  • Recipient of Wright, Lindsey & Jennings Law Scholarship
Experience Equals Results
John Doyle has tried hundreds of jury and non-jury cases over the past 30+ years. Experience matters when the result matters. He has also served as Special Judge numerous times. His clients have included children suffering brain injury in 18 wheeler collisions, young people paralyzed by defective vehicles and clients killed or disabled due to accidents, faulty drugs or unsafe medial devices. Results for his injured clients have included numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements, as well as smaller awards and settlements, some of which are shown on our website. John Doyle has also represented individuals, government entities and corporations of all sizes in business, real estate, probate, domestic and general litigation. John Doyle has worked with firms across the country in cases involving defective vehicles, faulty medical devices, bad drug cases and class actions. We can handle any claim you might have.
Service to the Community - "Hometown Hero"
Giving back to the community is important to us. John Doyle has served as volunteer legal counsel for the Boys & Girls Club of both Benton and Bryant; the Senior Adult Center in Benton and the Christian Community Care Clinic, which provides free medical care to Saline County residents. He is a past board member of the Benton Boys & Girls Club and the Summit Bank Board. John Doyle is a Trustee on the Board at Sharon Baptist Church and is a Co-Trustee for the Chester and Bonnie McNeil Charitable Trust. He also serves as a member of the Wednesday night kitchen crew at Sharon Baptist Church. In 2012, John Doyle was named a "Hometown Hero" by the Bryant Boys & Girls Club for his service to the community.
Family
John Doyle and his wife, Carolyn, have been married for over 30 years, he is extremely proud of his wife and his two children, Jerra and Chance.