Attorney Ross Noland

 

Focused.

Experienced.

Effective.

Ross Noland is an attorney you can rely on.

He has the knowledge, experience, and dedication to represent you effectively.

Ross Noland offers a wide range of legal services to his clients.  His backgound includes environmental compliance, clerking for a judge, and a litigation practice. With his varied legal background, Ross is able to meet all your legal needs, from business formation, to regulatory compliance, to litigation. Experience taught Ross the importance of old-fashioned customer service; he returns phone calls, responds to emails, and makes house calls. Ross is dedicated to providing excellent client care and effective legal services to meet all of your needs in one convenient setting. 

 

A life-long Arkansan, Ross attended Little Rock Central High, followed by the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville for his undergraduate and legal studies. Ross completed a year of specialized environmental law training at George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C., earning an LL.M. in environmental law. While attending GWU, Ross clerked for the EPA. He then spent two years as a staff attorney specializing in environmental regulatory compliance work at a leading international law firm, Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker.  Ross returned to Arkansas to clerk for Pulaski County Circuit Court, 9th Division, gaining invaluable insight regarding how a trial court operates.  Ross moved back to D.C. to serve as legislative counsel to the United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry. Following his tenure at the Senate, Ross joined McMath Woods, P.A., in Little Rock, where he practiced environmental law and general litigation before founding Noland Law Firm.  Ross is an Adjunct Professor of Environmental Torts at the University of Arkansas School of Law.  He is a past chair of the Environmental Law Section of the Arkansas Bar Association, and currently serves on the section's board.  

 

Ross lives in Little Rock with his wife and two children.  He is involved in several community organizations, including the Ozark Society, Little Rock Ultimate, and the Arkansas Canoe Club, and is a life-long member of Pulaski Heights Methodist Church. Ross is passionate about enjoying the natural beauty of Arkansas.  He can often be found paddling his canoe on the Buffalo River or hiking an Ozark trail.