About April Rhéaume
April Rhéaume practices in general civil law litigation with a focus on family law, guardianships, contract disputes, and property disputes. She also works for small businesses on a range of their legal needs. Ms. Rhéaume’s work for her clients includes drafting contracts, courtroom appearances, mediation and settlement negotiations, and drafting litigation motions.
Ms. Rhéaume clerked in the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office and the Arkansas Securities Department, as well as with several law firms in Little Rock. She has experience in legislation, insurance law, wrongful death, and construction law. Before practicing law Ms. Rhéaume operated a small business and tutored university students.
Ms. Rhéaume prefers the hot Arkansas weather to the cold of her native state of New Hampshire. She is married to native Arkansan, Dr. John Casey, who has introduced her to Razorback football. Ms. Rhéaume is a puzzle enthusiast, plays kickball on Sundays, spends quiet nights playing board games with friends, and enjoys local restaurants.
Place of birth:
University of New Hampshire, B.A. History (2009); University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, J.D. (2015).
- Arkansas Supreme Court, 2015
- U.S. District Court Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas, 2015
Past & Present Associations:
- Arkansas Bar Association
- SHARP Young Professionals
- Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association
- Arkansas Association of Black Professionals