Attorney Bio

Vanderbilt University (B.A., 1958; LL.B., 1960) 

John Gill is a shareholder and director with Gill Ragon Owen, P.A. He received his undergraduate and law degrees from Vanderbilt University and joined the Arkansas Bar in 1962. He was a delegate to the 1969 Arkansas Constitutional Convention, and served as special counsel to the Governor for the proposed Arkansas Constitution of 1996. He was on the faculty of the Arkansas College of Trial Advocacy, and an original member of the Arkansas Supreme Court Committee on Rules of Civil Procedure. His areas of practice include utilities, charities, municipal finance, corporate and business law and litigation. A member of the Arkansas Water Code Study Commission in 1981-82, he has considerable expertise in water-related legal matters and is an author of tax-free municipal bond legislation. He is a past President of the Arkansas Bar Association and was a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. 

Practice Areas: 
General Corporate and Commercial Law
Complex Commercial Litigation
Administrative Law
Charitable and Non-Profit Law
Railroad Law
International Law
Municipal Finance
Water Utilities Development
Acquisition, Disposition and Financing
Corporate and Municipal Finance
Utilities Law
Eminent Domain Actions
Appellate Advocacy

Accreditations & Awards
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