Mitch Berry is Of Counsel at the law firm of Dyke, Goldsholl & Winzerling, P.L.C., where he represents his clients in the areas of civil litigation and appeals, commercial litigation, creditor’s rights and bankruptcy, banking and financial services, real estate, business law, and employment law. He also has extensive experience in contracts and commercial transactions.
After finishing law school, Mitch had the honor of serving as a law clerk for Justice Annabelle Imber Tuck of the Arkansas Supreme Court. He has also served as general counsel to Noble Strategies, a lobbying firm, and was campaign treasurer to Attorney General Dustin McDaniel’s 2006 campaign. Mitch served for many years on the board of directors of the Arkansas Foodbank Network, where he spent two terms as board president. He was recognized as one of Little Rock’s best lawyers in the commercial real estate category by Soiree magazine in December 2012, and was selected as one of the Mid-South’s “rising stars” for business litigation and real estate in 2010 -2012 by Superlawyers magazine and Memphis magazine.
Mitch is originally from Gillett, Arkansas, where he grew up on his family’s rice and soybean farm, and he is still active in the management of the farm. He now lives in Little Rock with his two children.