Sarah Keith-Bolden

Attorney, Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull PLLC

HOME: Little Rock

FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Three Fold Noodles + Dumpling Co.

“DO NOT REPAY ANYONE EVIL FOR EVIL, BUT TAKE THOUGHT FOR WHAT IS NOBLE IN THE SIGHT OF ALL.” — ROMANS 12:17

Sarah Keith-Bolden is a firm believer in our justice system as a means for resolving disputes. After obtaining her law degree from Emory University, she clerked for the Arkansas Supreme Court before joining Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull, where her practice focuses on litigation, appeals and employment matters. She and her husband have two children in elementary school and are proud supporters of the Little Rock School District and Pulaski Heights Elementary School.

Sarah Keith-Bolden

Attorney, Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull PLLC

HOME: Little Rock

FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Three Fold Noodles + Dumpling Co.

“DO NOT REPAY ANYONE EVIL FOR EVIL, BUT TAKE THOUGHT FOR WHAT IS NOBLE IN THE SIGHT OF ALL.” — ROMANS 12:17

Sarah Keith-Bolden is a firm believer in our justice system as a means for resolving disputes. After obtaining her law degree from Emory University, she clerked for the Arkansas Supreme Court before joining Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull, where her practice focuses on litigation, appeals and employment matters. She and her husband have two children in elementary school and are proud supporters of the Little Rock School District and Pulaski Heights Elementary School.

ATTRACTION TO CAREER:

Our legal system aims to balance competing interests fairly and give people a venue to settle disputes where the truth matters. It is far from perfect, but I am proud to be part of it.

BEST PART OF YOUR DAY:

My favorite part of any day is getting home in the evening and having my children run to greet me. They are at an age now where I can’t take that for granted, so it is special every time.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

I love turning a client’s complicated situation into a concrete plan of action or compelling argument. This year, some of my most satisfying work has been helping employers face the many new challenges posed by the pandemic.

LESSONS LEARNED DURING THE PANDEMIC:

I learned to value unstructured time that isn’t spent rushing from activity to activity and the importance of being thoughtful about the number of commitments we take on as a family.

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN WOMEN:

I admire people who are willing to take risks, make mistakes and move beyond failure.

ATTRACTION TO CAREER:

Our legal system aims to balance competing interests fairly and give people a venue to settle disputes where the truth matters. It is far from perfect, but I am proud to be part of it.

BEST PART OF YOUR DAY:

My favorite part of any day is getting home in the evening and having my children run to greet me. They are at an age now where I can’t take that for granted, so it is special every time.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

I love turning a client’s complicated situation into a concrete plan of action or compelling argument. This year, some of my most satisfying work has been helping employers face the many new challenges posed by the pandemic.

LESSONS LEARNED DURING THE PANDEMIC:

I learned to value unstructured time that isn’t spent rushing from activity to activity and the importance of being thoughtful about the number of commitments we take on as a family.

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN WOMEN:

I admire people who are willing to take risks, make mistakes and move beyond failure.

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