Alfred F. Angulo, Jr.
Alfred F. Angulo, Jr. (“Dodie”) maintains an active litigation practice in state and federal courts across Arkansas. His lengthy trial experience spans nearly 30 years. He has tried cases and handled appeals involving a wide range of civil litigation, including insurance coverage and defense, product liability, transportation and automobile liability, errors and omissions, premises liability, construction defects, and professional liability. His practice has also encompassed all manner of general litigation, as well as commercial disputes, employment matters, and constitutional and civil rights claims.
Prior to joining RBS&R, Dodie practiced for 23 years with the Laser Law Firm, P.A. in Little Rock. He then relocated to Northwest Arkansas and spent four years with Barrett & Deacon, P.A., and two years in solo practice. Before entering private practice, Dodie spent the first five years of his career serving as a law clerk to two United States Magistrate Judges, as well as U.S. District Court Judge William R. Overton.
University of Arkansas-William H. Bowen School of Law-Little Rock (1981)
University of Arkansas-Fayetteville (B.S. 1973)
Admitted to Practice
United States District Courts of Arkansas (1981)
United States Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals (1986)
Associations and Affiliations
Arkansas Bar Association
American Bar Association.
Best Lawyers in Arkansas
Best Lawyers in America
Mid-South Super Lawyers
“AV® Preeminent™” Martindale-Hubbell Peer-Review Rating (highest rated)