Blake’s practice is focused on criminal defense. He handles all types of traditional criminal and white-collar cases, whether in state or federal court. Blake’s philosophy is to leave no stone unturned when investigating and preparing a defense for his clients.
Blake represents clients who have suffered injuries of all types whether resulting from an accident or other injury caused by another party. He also represents people hurt financially by deceptive or fraudulent business practices.
Having previously worked at firm dedicated to commercial litigation and transactional matters, Blake can handle many types of civil disputes. He also handles various kinds of administrative matters for clients.
About Blake Byrd
Blake practices criminal defense, injury law, and can handle a lot of other matters for clients. Before he founded his firm, Blake practiced commercial litigation as an associate at a notable Little Rock firm serving mostly corporate clients, and he is a former deputy prosecuting attorney in Pulaski County.
Before obtaining his law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Blake worked in the Clinton Administration in Washington, D.C. as an aide to a cabinet secretary and liaison to The White House. He is presently an adjunct instructor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Medicine, where he gives lectures on constitutional criminal procedure to the forensic psychiatry fellows. In law school, Blake was a published member of Law Review.
Blake is admitted to practice law in Arkansas and New York. He is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association, Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, and Pulaski County Bar Association. The Mexican Consulate in Little Rock has also designated Blake as one of its Consulting Attorneys.