Cara Boyd Connors is an experienced attorney, who has built a career hallmarked by serving individual and governmental clients with skill and integrity.
Cara Boyd Connors was born and raised in Memphis, TN and began her college career at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas in 2002, where she majored in Politics and minored in Africana Studies. While attending college at Hendrix, she studied abroad a semester in Oxford, England at St. Peter’s College where she conducted a comparative analysis between the American and British political systems. In 2006, Cara entered law school at the Williams H. Bowen School of Law at UALR, and she is now licensed to practice law in Tennessee and Arkansas.
Cara started her legal career as a hearing examiner for the Appeals Tribunal, subsequently began as a deputy prosecuting attorney here in Pulaski County, where she tried may jury trials involving crimes of property, violent offenses, and robberies. She then moved to the Arkansas Parole Board as a revocation hearing judge in 2013, allowing her to become fluid in the parole system of Arkansas. Cara presided over numerous hearings involving the revocation and reinstatement of parole supervision all over the State of Arkansas. Since 2016, Cara has worked as a criminal defense attorney litigating cases all over the state of Arkansas. She has successfully handled criminal matters involving Domestic Battery, Sexual Assault, and a plethora of Possession of drug offenses. Cara serves as a Commissioner on the Pulaski County Land and Planning Commission and for the Little Rock Civil Service Commission. Currently, Cara serves as the Vice-President of the W. Harold Flower’s Law Society and serves in various capacities in the Pulaski County Bar Association, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., and Jack and Jill of America.