Bill Reynolds mother always said he liked to argue, so the Fort Smith native went to law school.
A partner with Nolan, Caddell & Reynolds P.A. since 1995, Reynolds, 38, joined the firm in 1992. He said Nolan Caddell & Reynolds has about 9,000 open litigation files nationwide which are all administered through paperless digital offices.
The firm is expanding locally and nationally. An office is being built at Pinnacle Point in Rogers, which will complement existing facilities in Tulsa, Orlando, and Atlanta.
Reynolds suspects he will eventually transfer to one the firms larger offices, either Rogers or Atlanta.
Reynolds serves on the board of directors for the Gregory Kistler Treatment Center for Children and is on the local hospital booster club. With the help of his office, Reynolds supports 13 children athletic teams and holds a yearly childrens art competition.
During time off, Reynolds can be found traveling or barefoot water-skiing on his competition ski-boat.
He earned a bachelors degree in communications and business from Ouashita Baptist University. After working 2 years in Oklahoma, Reynolds graduated from the University of Arkansas Law School.