"The Cortinez Law Firm is equipped to handle your legal needs without hesitation to obtain the best possible results under the law."

Robert R. Cortinez II

Robert Cortinez II graduated with honors from the University Of Arkansas at Fayetteville and obtained his law degree from the U.A.L.R. School of Law in 1991.

He is a firm believer in giving back to the community and has served on the Arkansas Children's Hospital Charity Boards, M.D.A. fund raising, Arkansas National Guard Mentor Program and has participated in numerous youth organizations and youth sport leagues providing a role model and mentor to Arkansas children.

In addition Robert II regularly volunteers for VOCALS and Central Arkansas Pro Bono Clinic providing free legal assistance to those in need. He has been recognized by VOCALS as a preeminent lawyer and the Arkansas Times has noted him as one of the best personal injury attorneys in Central Arkansas.

Since joining his father in 1991, Robert R. Cortinez II has been successful in obtaining the largest jury award in Arkansas Federal Court for a slip and fall negligence case. In addition has practiced heavily in the areas of domestic and corporate law ensuring that the Cortinez Law Firm can handle all of your legal needs.

Admitted: 1991, Arkansas and U.S. District Court, District of Arkansas; 1997, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit

Law School: University of Arkansas at Little Rock, J.D.

Member: Arkansas Bar Association; Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America; Sports Lawyers of America.

Biography: Volunteer Attorney, VOCALS, 1991—.

Born: Houma, Louisiana, September 24, 1963


Robert R. Cortinez

Bob Cortinez Sr. entered college on the GI Bill after completing three years active duty assigned with the 101st Airborne Ranger Division of the U.S. Army. During his service with the 101st Airborne, his unit was assigned by then President Dwight Eisenhower to escort and protect the "Little Rock 9" into Little Rock Central High School as part of the U.S. Supreme Courts desegregation mandate. He considers this opportunity an honor to have served during this historic event.

Bob Cortinez Sr. has since retired from the army as a full-bird Colonel and Inspector General.

Upon graduation Bob Cortinez Sr. worked fro an insurance company who investigated and paid beneficiaries for wrongful death claims on offshore drilling rigs in Houma, Louisiana.

He experienced first hand the cavalier treatment by the insurance industry in settling claims for inadequate amounts to unfairly compensate these families.

As a result, Bob Cortinez Sr. became an attorney representing the common good for all Arkansans.

Admitted: 1973, Arkansas

Law School: University of Arkansas, J.D.

Member: Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association.

Born: Armistead, Louisiana, 1937


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