About Doss Law Firm, P.A.
Our Legal Team
At Doss Law Firm we’re committed to providing you with top notch legal support. We approach every client with a focus on integrity, and understanding. We are your advocate.
Our legal team has a well-deserved reputation of excellence in providing smart, sensible, and cost-effective legal and business solutions for our clients. We offer high-quality legal work and exceptional personal client service.
David Westbrook Doss, Jr. (West)
For nearly three decades West has been providing solutions to corporations, families, and individuals.
Mr. Doss started his career in the construction and real estate industry working for Wal-Mart as an attorney in its Real Estate Department.
In 1998, Mr. Doss moved to Washington, D.C. to serve as Chief of Staff for Congressman Asa Hutchinson. On his return to Northwest Arkansas he took a position as president of a technology company. He also sat as a Special Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, as well as a judge on County and Municipal Courts.
A dedication to community service and social justice is a foundational principle of Mr. Doss’ practice. He has been very active in community affairs, holding various offices of the Washington County Bar Association, including president. Further, he served as chairman of the board of YouthBridge, Inc. for eight years. YouthBridge provides counseling and shelters for troubled and homeless teenagers across an eight county area. In addition, Mr. Doss also serves as the Director and General Counsel for Potter’s House Justice Center, an organization that represents underserved and poverty-stricken citizens that cannot speak for themselves, as embraced in Proverbs 31:8-9. The Center also advocates for common sense solutions to a broken justice system. Further, Mr. Doss serves the State of Arkansas and its citizens as a commissioner of the Arkansas Educational Television Network (“AETN”). He also serves on the AETN Foundation Board.
Mr. Doss’ extensive experience in both the corporate and legal world allows him to provide creative solutions for his clients. However, if a solution cannot be reached, Doss Law Firm aggressively represents its clients in the courtroom and has been involved in several high profile trials.
Alex T. Shirley
Alex Shirley is a lifelong Arkansan with a deep appreciation for this state and the people who call it home. Born and raised in Conway, Alex moved to Fayetteville in 2007, where he attended the University of Arkansas, graduating with a degree in History in 2013. Alex continued his legal education at the University of Arkansas School of Law, graduating Cum Laude in 2017.
Alex began working at Doss Law Firm in 2015 as a law clerk, and quickly discovered that his passion lay in advocating for wronged and often unheard voices of our society. Juggling his school obligations, including as a member of The Journal of Food Law & Policy, Alex quickly became an indispensable member of the Doss Law Firm team.
Now an associate attorney with the firm, Alex fights for the legal solutions you require, while treating all clients with the respect and courtesy they deserve. Alex is prepared to spend all of his time, knowledge, and energy to tirelessly advocate for justice and for you.
Doss Law Firm is known for its personal service and attention to each client. We approach each case with a focus on working for your best interest with integrity and understanding.
We focus on solving problems through cost-effective legal and business solutions for our clients. We offer high-quality legal work and exceptional personal client service. Through our close relationship with our clients we are able to seek and provide a uniquely individual and equitable professional service based on our clients’ needs, budget, and desires.
We are proud that so many of our clients have repeatedly turned to us for counsel and representation, and we work hard to earn their loyalty every day.
Potter’s House Justice Center
Doss Law Firm provides help to the poor of Fayetteville through its Potter’s House Justice Center. We are proud to be affiliated with and collaborate with Potter’s House of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Potter’s House holistically provides financial, emotional, physical, and spiritual support to people from birth through adulthood, as well as their families. Potter’s House Justice Center is part of this support network. Potter’s House programs include educational, job training, employment, small groups, and leadership development.
“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly, defend the rights of the poor and needy.” Proverbs 31:8,9