Linville Johnson attorney Jack Lofton will participate in Think Big Little Rock, a newly created group of people aged 25 to 40 who will work to analyze problems and solutions within the Little Rock community. Sponsored by Fifty for the Future, a group of executives and community leaders focused on economic opportunities, Thing Big Little Rock will focus on the future development of the region.
As noted in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:
The goal is to come up with strategies — and a way to enact them — to enhance life in the region and make it a more attractive place for young professionals to live and work.
According to Dean Kumpuris, at-large member of the Little Rock Board of Directors and member of Fifty for the Future, the group is “an opportunity for young people from different backgrounds and races to work together.”
The group consists of eight subcommittees, focusing on:
- Arts and culture
- Economic development
- Health care
- Public safety and governance, and
- Transportation and environment
Over the course of the next year, Think Big will locate community problems within these areas, propose possible solutions and work to create an action plan to carry out those solutions.
If the pilot group is successful, the group will receive funding for a new Think Big Little Rock class every three to five years.
Experienced Little Rock Attorney
In addition to his participation in Think Big, Jack served as the executive director of the Little Rock Film Festival from 2009 to 2012 and as a consultant with the Arkansas Film Commission, working to recruit film productions to the state of Arkansas.
As an attorney, Jack works in the areas of pharmaceutical litigation, defective medical devices and product liability. He was recognized in Arkansas Business’ 40 Under 40 in 2011, Top 40 Under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers, and Best Lawyers in Little Rock by Soiree Magazine.
About Linville Johnson
Linville Johnson, is an Arkansas-based, nationally focused mass tort and personal injury law firm committed to helping individuals who have been injured by bad drugs and defective medical devices, other defective products, or in semi-truck and auto accidents. Through our affiliation with the Attorney Group, we help injured individuals across the United States.
We also maintain a local practice for individuals and small businesses in Arkansas, representing clients in business formation, consulting and contracts, commercial litigation, real estate transactions, insurance litigation, estate planning, probate administration, and general civil litigation.