LITTLE ROCK — A former chief of staff of the University of Central Arkansas has asked the Arkansas Supreme Court to accept the surrender of his law license following his conviction on burglary charges.

LITTLE ROCK — A former chief of staff of the University of Central Arkansas has asked the Arkansas Supreme Court to accept the surrender of his law license following his conviction on burglary charges.


The Supreme Court said Thursday it has received a surrender petition from Jack Gillean, who was convicted in Faulkner County Circuit Court in 2014 of six counts of commercial burglary and sentenced to three years in prison. The court did not immediately act on the petition.


Prosecutors said Gillean allowed a student to use his keys and entry card to enter UCA buildings and several professors’ offices to steal exams.