Rogers, Ark. – Mitchell Williams’ lawyer, Tony Juneau, has been selected as the newest member of the Arkansas Ethics Commission. Juneau was appointed by House Speaker Jeremy Gillam, R-Judsonia, to the five-member Commission on March 24, 2015. Juneau will serve a five-year term that expires in 2020.
Juneau has been with Mitchell Williams since 2004 and is a partner in the litigation group in the Rogers office of the Little Rock-based firm. He received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock.
William C. Bird, who serves as one of the other four commissioners of the Commission, stated that Juneau is “well thought of” and that Juneau will be “very, very good [to have on the commission].”
The Ethics Commission was established in 1991 to enforce ethics laws and deal with questions about conflicts of interest, lobbying, campaigning, campaign-finance, and ballot issues.