Monticello attorney Paul Keith has been appointed to a six-year term on the Arkansas Supreme Court Committee on Professional Conduct.
Keith was among eight new members named in the Arkansas Supreme Court’s December 2017 per curiam order to replace those whose terms had ended. Monticello attorney James A. Ross of Monticello was one of those whose term ended.
Keith is a partner in Gibson & Keith, PLLC, a four-member firm in Monticello that began in 1981. He also serves as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Arkansas Bar Association and has served as City Attorney for Hamburg for 15 years.
Keith and his wife, Kandi, live in Hamburg and have three grown children.
The Committee on Professional Conduct is charged with enforcement of the Arkansas Rules of Professional Conduct for lawyers in the state. It consists of 28 members from across the State, with four attorneys from each Congressional District, four at-large attorney members, and eight non-attorney members.