Friedman Law Firm, P.L.L.C. was founded by Craig Friedman. The firm began as Vaughan and Friedman Law Firm, P.L.L.C. in October 2010 and has since branched into its own independent firm.
Rest Assured Friedman Law Firm Is Here For YouOur team is comprised of 3 successful attorneys, fully equipped to handle any part of the law that you are facing trouble in.
Mr. Friedman is a graduate of the William H. Bowen School of Law and was admitted to Arkansas Bar in 2010.
Mr. Friedman has experience in case work on FELA, personal injury law, criminal defense, real estate, and family law. Additionally, Mr. Friedman has written abstracts for the Arkansas Real Estate Review and Arkansas Probate and Trust Law Review.
Mr. Friedman is licensed to practice law in all Arkansas State and Federal Courts and is also licensed in the Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Mr. Friedman has successfully tried cases in multiple counties across Arkansas in a variety of areas of law. Additionally, Mr. Friedman has successfully argued in front of the Eight Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals which led to a jury verdict in excess of $780,000.
Stephanie Friedman is a graduate of William H. Bowen School of Law and was admitted to the Arkansas Bar in 2013. Stephanie is a member of the American Bar Association, Arkansas Trial Lawyers, and Pulaski Bar Association. While in law school, Stephanie was in the Legislation Subcommittee of Young Lawyers, a member of Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers, and the Member Director/Coordinator for the American Civil Liberties Union.
Stephanie attended Henderson State University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science with an emphasis in Finance in 2008, graduating with honors, and a Master of Business Administration in 2009. Stephanie was the Henderson State University Finance Club President and the HSU Portfolio Fund Manager.
Before joining Friedman Law Firm, Stephanie worked in the energy regulatory industry for seven years. Today, Stephanie primarily focuses on family law, probate law, and criminal law.
M. Ethan Sartor
M. Ethan Sartor's emphasis in practice is personal injury and landlord/tenant law. Although Ethan has close family ties to the state of Arkansas, he is originally from the Memphis, Tennessee area, and attended the University of Tennessee where he graduated from in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.
While at Tennessee, Ethan served as Philanthropy Chair and Historian of Sigma Nu Fraternity, Epsilon Eta Chapter. Ethan came to Arkansas to attend the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, where he graduated from in 2016.
In Law School, Ethan served as the Vice President of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, and he also earned Top Paper Award for achieving the highest class grade in Advanced Bar Prep Skills. When Ethan is not at work he enjoys hunting, fishing, canoeing, and studying American military history.