Carmen Mosley-Sims has been an Arkansas-licensed attorney for 16 years and has been a dedicated public-interest attorney for that entire time. She brings 12 years’ experience with the state Department of Human Services, plus two-year stints with both Legal Aid of Arkansas and a federal trial court clerkship. In addition to her expertise in family and custody issues, Carmen specializes in federal litigation, employment law (plaintiff and defense), juvenile justice matters, mediation, and domestic violence advocacy.
Outside of court, Carmen is also an advocate for patients, students, and their families in medical and educational settings and can help you and your loved ones navigate the complex world of negotiating school-based services, getting diagnosis and treatment for chronic or serious illness, and documenting a disability for the purpose of Social Security and other benefits.
Carmen spent her early years in the timber woods and cow pastures of Dallas and Ouachita Counties, but now calls Little Rock her home. She and her husband of 19 years have three sons in the LRSD, three rescue dogs, a 20-year-old corn snake, and a seasonal number of lizards, fish and frogs. She holds a black belt in the Vietnamese mixed martial art of Cuong Nhu, and enjoys exploring our city and our state parks with her family.