Katie Magee

Practice Areas

[email protected] | 405-364-8300 |

I aspire to be the attorney who will fight passionately for justice. My passion for the law derives primarily from family and criminal law. I am drawn to the law because I like to help others. I believe many areas of the law, including family, criminal, and personal injury interact with people when they are at an all time low and I find it an honor to fight for a brighter future on their behalf. I refuse to stay stagnant in my practice, and therefore will uphold a promise to create and advocate change in the State of Oklahoma from district to supreme courts. I find the title of “attorney” to be a humble honor and promise to fight for the justice that has been entrusted to me as such.


  • University Of Oklahoma College of Law: Juris Doctorate (December 2016)
  • University Of Oklahoma College of Law: Bachelors in Human Relations (May 2014)

Honors and Activities

  • University of Oklahoma College of Law Dean’s Leadership Fellows
  • University of Oklahoma College of Law Dean’s Honor Roll
  • University of Oklahoma College of Law Lead Mentor for Incoming 1L Class
  • University of Oklahoma College of Law Student Researcher for Corporate Law
  • Cleveland County Bar Association, Student Member
  • Luther Buchannan Inn of Court, Student Member
  • American Indian Law Review, Student Member
  • Uganda: Practice Experience in Another Common Law Jurisdiction, Student Member
  • Phi Delta Phi Legal Honors Fraternity, Student Member
  • Moot Court Competition 5th Overall Best Speaker and Top 8 Team Competitor
  • Supreme Court of Oklahoma, Student Intern
  • Kappa Alpha Theta, Member 2011-2015
  • University of Oklahoma Pom Squad, Member 2011-2013

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