Tim is a 1998 Graduate of the Oklahoma City University School of Law where he graduated with honors, served as a Staff Editor on the Oklahoma City University Law Review, and was a... more
Tim is a 1998 Graduate of the Oklahoma City University School of Law where he graduated with honors, served as a Staff Editor on the Oklahoma City University Law Review, and was a member of the Moot Court Honors Board for three consecutive years. While attending Law School, Tim worked full time during the day at a six attorney Civil Litigation law firm, and attended Law School in the evenings.... view profile
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