National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws
Natalie S. King
NORML Legal Committee
About Natalie S. King
Have you ever tried arguing with a woman? Natalie was raised in Fort Smith where she graduated from Southside High School. After obtaining a Bachelor’s in Humanities from St. Gregory’s University, she moved to Fayetteville until graduating from the University of Arkansas School of Law. She is licensed to practice law in Arkansas.While in law school, Natalie was a member of the law fraternity D... read more »
Have you ever tried arguing with a woman?
Natalie was raised in Fort Smith where she graduated from Southside High School. After obtaining a Bachelor’s in Humanities from St. Gregory’s University, she moved to Fayetteville until graduating from the University of Arkansas School of Law. She is licensed to practice law in Arkansas.
While in law school, Natalie was a member of the law fraternity Delta Theta Phi and the International Law Society. She also participated in the Women’s Law Student Association, and served as Chair of Community Service. During law school, she interned for Daily and Woods in Fort Smith. Natalie was also a student attorney who provided legal services for immigrant clients in the University's Immigration Clinic and later the Advanced Immigration Clinic.
Natalie began practicing law with King Law Firm in Fort Smith, focusing on primarily immigration and family law. Since launching King Law Office, Natalie continues to work on cases in this area, along with business immigration, and a new emphasis in brief writing and legal research.
Map & Directions
- Office: 479-782-1125
- Mobile: 901-413-2625
|Area of Practice||% Focus|
|Firearm and Weapon Charges||33.00%|
|Arkansas||Member in Good Standing||---|
|Kansas||Member in Good Standing||---|
|King Law Office||2003 – present|
|St. Gregory’s University||Humanities||Bachelor of Arts||---|
|University of Arkansas Fayetteville||J.D.||---|
|Member||American Bar Association||present|
|Member||Arkansas Bar Association||present|
|Vice Chair of Fund Development||Junior League of Northwest Arkansas||present|
|NORML Legal Committee||National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws||present|
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