Todd C. Watson is a graduate of the George Washington University Law School in Washington DC, and has been practicing law in Arkansas since 2013. He also holds a master’s degree from New York University, and a bachelor’s from Rhodes College in Memphis, and is licensed in Tennessee as well as in Arkansas. He works out of both of the firm’s two major offices, in Newport and in Fayetteville, and has clients across the northern half of the state.
Todd practices as a trial attorney in a range of legal fields, but his special focus is on real property. He is also a licensed real estate agent who focuses on the sale and purchase of farmland. He is concerned, personally as well as professionally, with the responsible use of the state’s natural resources, including its land and waterways, and is an active member of several groups promoting conservation and sustainable agriculture in Arkansas. He is also engaged in ongoing efforts to restore the White River in Eastern Arkansas.
Todd also serves as a trustee of the Arkansas Bar Association, and as a judge advocate with the Arkansas Army National Guard. In March of 2020, he returned from a nine month tour of duty in the Middle East, serving as a brigade judge advocate for a medical command with units spread throughout the CENTCOM area of operations. His current rank is Captain.