What is
Table Law?

Table Law PLLC is a small legal practice with Martha Tucker Ayres as the sole advocate. I take a limited number of cases so that I can provide excellent work and availability to my clients.  

About Me

I grew up riding horses on a family farm outside of Prairie Grove, Arkansas. I attended the University of Toronto before completing my degree in Russian Studies and International Relations from the University of Arkansas. I am a member of Phi Beta Kappa and value freedom of thought and academic excellence. 

While in law school in Fayetteville, I was an editor for the Arkansas Law Review. Before graduating with honors, I also volunteered in the school’s immigration clinic, served as a legal extern for Judge Kim M. Smith in Arkansas’s  Fourth Judicial Circuit, and participated in Walmart’s extern program in healthcare compliance.  

I served as a law clerk to Chief Judge Brandon J. Harrison at the Arkansas Court of Appeals for more than nine years.  My writings have been published in The Arkansas Lawyer and the Arkansas Law Review. I am a member of the cumulative supplement committee for the Arkansas Bar Association’s Handling Appeals in Arkansas practice handbook. While I live in Little Rock, I have developed professional relationships throughout the state and across the country.  

What You Can Expect

I am competent, trustworthy, and accomplished.

Life can bring unexpected and unexplainable events. I’m here to help you find a legal solution. If I do not see a potential legal solution to your particular problem, I will be honest and tell you.

I will work to break down barriers and do my best to make it possible to work together across distance, ethnicity, age, religion, economic levels, disability, race, language, or cultures.

I welcome calls from other attorneys with particularly vexing issues or from those who simply want to outsource an appeal or brief writing. 

If you choose to work with me, you can expect relationship building. I will strive to comprehend your unique situation. Bringing solutions to the table requires careful listening, flexibility, and responsiveness. I am committed to advocate successfully for you.