Arkansas Injury Attorney
Casey Richmond, a first generation college graduate, was motivated to study law while working full-time at the District Attorney’s Office in Louisiana to support herself and fund her undergraduate studies at Mississippi College.
In Louisiana, where Richmond was born and raised, her mentor from the local district attorney’s office provided her guidance and encouragement to obtain her degree and persevere through difficult times. Casey’s mentor was especially proud when she decided to follow in her footsteps and attend law school in Little Rock to seek a career in the same helping profession. Richmond graduated early from college and law school due to her drive and dedication to get to the finish line and give back to her community.
During and after law school, Casey worked for the Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney where she began her career as a law clerk and then a deputy prosecutor. She later moved to Hot Springs and prosecuted cases at the Garland County Prosecuting Attorney’s office. In that role, Richmond tried numerous bench and jury trials from misdemeanors to violent felonies. This gave her the experience of working on a spectrum of cases including employee embezzlement, rape, and homicide trials.
Through her years of schooling and service as a deputy prosecutor, Richmond grew to appreciate the importance of tangible goals and efficient, expedient resolutions for every client. Learning how important it is for every individual, no matter their background, to have access to caring attorneys and strong advocacy transitioned her into the meaningful career she enjoys at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton.
Richmond fell in love with the beauty and adventure she found in the Natural State so she decided to make it her home where she enjoys running and hiking with her dog.