Born in Little Rock, AR, on July 2, 1958, Thomas "Tom" L. Barron was admitted to the Arkansas bar in 1984. He was quickly admitted to the U.S. District Court and Western District of Arkansas in 1985, and the 8th circuit followed in 1986. Tom attended the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and obtained his Bachelor's Degree in 1981. He earned his Juris Doctorate in 1984. Tom is a proud member of the Arkansas and American Bar Associations, The Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, The American Association for Justice, Henry Woods Inns of Court, Pulaski County Bar Association and serves as Chairman of the Board for F.O.R. Foundation, Inc. and serves on the board of AR JLAP.
Born in Hot Springs, AR on April 18, 1972, Casey was admitted to the Arkansas Bar and the U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western District in 1997. She also attended the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville earning a Bachelor's of Science in Public Administration in 1994. She went on to earn her Juris Doctorate in 1997. Casey is a proud member of the Arkansas and American Bar Associations, The Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, The American Association for Justice, Pulaski County Bar Association and American Board of Trial Advocates.
As a legal assistant, Lisa has provided superb customer service to the clients of Barron & Tucker, PA since coming to work here in 2004. Before joining Barron & Tucker, she worked in a doctor's office, and she uses that experience to understand the process of obtaining medical records and filing claims.
Central Arkansas is a great place to live because it is such a charitable and community oriented place. Barron & Tucker, PA takes great pride in its role in supporting these activities. Continued participation in charitable events has allowed the firm to help causes and organizations gain public awareness. Not only does the firm support organizations and events, but our two practicing lawyers have also participated in a number of activities throughout Little Rock and the Central Arkansas region. Educational and health programs have been a special focus for the firm, and it has established or contributed to Endowed Scholarships in memory of lost loved ones whose families the firm has represented. The firm has helped support breast cancer research, volunteered in schools, and worked with entities - private and public in the treatment and prevention of substance abuse. Barron & Tucker, PA proudly supports the following programs and organizations.
Arkansas Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program Foundation (Contributor, Committee Member)
Friends of Recovery Foundation, Inc (Contributor, Board Member, Chair)
Arkansas Children’s Hospital
Ronald McDonald House
Friends of Miss Selma’s School Foundation
The Anthony School
Quapaw Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America
Three Cheerleader Scholarship Foundation, Taylore’ Hall Memorial Fund
Take 25 National Centers for Missing and Exploited Children
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
Susan G. Komen Foundation
Arkansas Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program (Committee Member, AR Supreme Court Appointed)