Randy Wright is Deputy Director of the Arkansas Economic Development Institute at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Randy teaches collective bargaining, arbitration, and labor and employment law. He has been a practicing attorney for over 30 years, concentrating in labor and employment and contract law. He has also worked as a staff attorney for the Arkansas Ethics Commission and as Chief Appeals Referee for the Arkansas Appeals Tribunal, where he handled unemployment benefits appeals. He taught labor law, media law and business law for Webster University and has been actively involved in continuing legal education programs involving civil rights, labor, employment, ethics, administrative law, health law, and related fields. He has frequently been an invited speaker at national seminars on labor law, governmental ethics, civil rights, unemployment, health law, and workers’ compensation.
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- BA in Political Science from Rhodes University
- JD in Law from UA Little Rock, Bowen School of Law