Democratic Candidate for House of Representatives District 33
Ross Noland is a father, attorney, small-business owner, non-profit executive director, and life-long Little Rock native. His commitment to this community runs deep. Ross attended junior high in District 33, and graduated from Little Rock Central High in 1999 as "Mr. Tiger Spirit." He attended the University of Arkansas for undergraduate and law school, and he completed a masters of environmental law at George Washington University.
Ross is committed to serving Arkansas. Past government service includes serving as Legislative Counsel to the United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry for Chairwoman Lincoln, and clerking for Pulaski County Circuit Court, 9th Division. Ross also worked as an Associate Attorney in private practice at McMath Woods, P.A., where he practiced environmental law and litigation for five years.
In 2016, Ross opened Noland Law Firm. Located in District 33, Noland Law Firm specializes in energy and environmental issues for individuals, nonprofits, and small businesses. Ross’s practice maintains a strong public-interest element, including energy efficiency matters before the Public Service Commission, enhancing public notice of environmental issues, and securing needed environmental protections.
Ross is the executive director of the Buffalo River Foundation, a non-profit land trust dedicated to cooperative conservation. The Buffalo River Foundation protects the quality of the Buffalo River watershed by working with private landowners to honor their wishes to protect their properties in perpetuity.
Ross and his wife Ali are raising their two children in Hillcrest, where they attend Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church.