About Lacey Bullitt
Lacey’s practice has focused on assisting clients in pursuing claims related to defective devices, dangerous drugs, and product liability. Lacey grew up in the small town of Sterlington, Louisiana. Lacey pursued a double major in Accounting and Computer Information Systems for her undergraduate degree, and later obtained a Master of Arts in Teaching. Lacey was then certified to teach Secondary Mathematics and Special Education and taught middle and high school Mathematics for 4 years.
Lacey was inspired to become an attorney after her husband was shot while working on duty as a Wildlife Agent. Lacey had seen how several attorneys helped her and her husband dealing with trials, insurance companies, and more. Lacey decided to become an attorney after seeing how other attorneys assisted her and desired to help others that needed a voice after they had been wrongly injured.
Publications and Professional Affiliations
- Published a case note (beginning on page 677)
- Property Law – Five Forks Hunting Club, LLC V. Nixon Family Partnership, 42 Ark Little Rock L. Rev. 677 (2020).
- Arkansas Real Estate Review, Editorial Assistant Vol. 12.
- Interned for Judge Phyllis M. Jones, U.S. Bankruptcy court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.