Mason has over 30 years of experience representing small businesses, large corporations and individuals throughout Arkansas.
“I have a unique perspective on the law from representing companies, farmers and individuals from all walks of life. I am running for the Arkansas Supreme Court because Arkansans need someone who understands the law, follows the law and practices the law working for the people of Arkansas,” said Mason. “I have hands-on experience in the courtroom representing our citizens.”
In addition to his leadership and dedication to our Civil Justice System, Clark recognizes the obligation and benefits of giving back to the profession and our community. Clark was appointed by Governor Mike Beebe as a Special Associate Justice on the Arkansas Supreme Court. He has served the legal community in many capacities, including President of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association. He is a member of the Lawyer Pilots Bar Association and lectures for Arkansas lawyers in continuing legal education seminars. He is past chairman and current commissioner on the Arkansas Aeronautics Commission, serves on the board of the Ronald McDonald House and volunteers transporting critically ill patients to doctors’ appointments for Angel Flight.
Clark is running for the Supreme Court because he believes the Arkansas Supreme Court must always be a place where the Constitution is respected, the rule of law carries the day, and the rights of all Arkansas citizens remain foremost. The decisions of the court have a real impact on the everyday lives of families and business owners across our state, and Clark believes Arkansans deserve a Supreme Court that reflects our common sense, our values, our generosity, and our approach to life.
Clark has always had a love for aviation and has been a licensed pilot for over 25 years. Mason resides in Little Rock with his wife Janell, they have three adult sons. He an Arkansas native and received his law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and is a graduate of the University of Mississippi.