Bassett Law Firm LLP

Bassett Law Firm LLP is located in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and performs a variety of legal services in the states of Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. The firm is included in the 2012 Martindale-Hubbell® Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers™, and has been recognized by the national publication Corporate Counsel as a full service law firm and by Fortune magazine as a “go to” litigation firm for top U.S. companies. The firm is an equal opportunity employer.

Since the firm’s founding in October 1981 by the late Bill Bassett and his two sons, Woody and Tod, Bassett Law Firm LLP has enjoyed a variety of accomplishments and sustained growth – in terms of both its lawyers and clients. The foundation of Bassett Law Firm LLP has been and remains each member’s commitment to the service of our clients, our profession, and the communities in which we live. Regarding its professional standing, Bassett Law Firm LLP has grown over the past quarter-century from a three-lawyer office to a firm recognized by the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal as among the largest in the rapidly-growing Northwest Arkansas region, as well as in Arkansas as a whole. Although the firm considers its primary measure of success to be the satisfaction of its clients, Bassett Law Firm LLP is grateful for various recognitions over the years, involving the work of both the firm and its particular members. Bassett Law Firm LLP has consistently been included in Corporate Counsel magazine’s list of “Who Represents America’s Biggest Companies?” The firm’s inclusion in this exclusive list is flattering and unique—it is the only law firm on the list with its principal office located in Northwest Arkansas. The firm has also been included in Small Firm Business publication’s recognition of “Small Firms with Fortune 250 Clients.” Recently, Bassett Law Firm LLP was also selected by CitiScapes Metro Monthly as the area’s “best law firm” in the periodical’s “Best of Northwest Arkansas” edition.

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