Mark Stodola concentrates his practice in the areas of government relations, business, and regulatory transactions, and real estate. He is a member of the firm's Business and Corporate Law Practice Group, Administrative Law Practice Group and Government Relations and Lobbying Practice Group. He has served as general counsel to the Little Rock National Airport and has represented various cities and counties throughout the state. He has provided government relations services at the state Capitol and in Washington D.C. to state and national trade organizations, particularly in the technology, telecommunications, transportation, medical, and entertainment sectors. While in private practice he has assisted numerous clients and businesses on a variety of legal and regulatory issues. From 2006 to 2019, he served as mayor of Little Rock. Previously, he has served as city attorney of Little Rock for six years and prosecuting attorney for the 6th Judicial District of Arkansas for three terms. Mark Stodola joined the firm in 2019 after having served a year as President of the National League of Cities representing 19,000 cities and towns in the nation’s capital.