University of Oklahoma (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1962. Master of Arts, 1964. Juris Doctor, 1970). Editor, Oklahoma Law Review, 1969-1970.
In re Hardin, 927 P.2d 545 (Okl. 1996); Smith v. Englerth, 48 F.3d 1232 (10th Circuit 1995); Martin v. Buckman, 883 P.2d 185 (Okl. 1994); State ex relations Murphy v. Daniel J. Bourdreau, 653 P.2d 531 (Okl. 1982); State ex relations Board of Tax Roll Corrections Tulsa Cty. v. Mack Truck Sales of Tulsa, 620 P.2d 388 (Okl. 1980); Armour & Company v. Jones, 84 F.R.D. 606 (East.D. Okl. 1978); Christian v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 566 P.2d 445 (Okl. 1977); Morgan v. State, 569 P.2d 474 (Okl. Crim. 1977); Dobbs v. Missouri Public Affairs Committee Railroad Company, 416 F. Supp. 5 (East.D. Okl. 1975).Worked at The Roach Law Firm, Professional Corporation (Tulsa, Oklahoma) specializing in General Civil Law, Trial Practice in all State and Federal Courts, Insurance Law, Personal Injury Law, Criminal Law, Employment Law, Arbitration Law. Admitted to the bar, 1970, Oklahoma. Listed in, Martindale Hubbell"s Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
Editor, Oklahoma Law Review, 1969-1970.
Author: "Discovery: The Physician Patient Privilege, Waiver, and the Effect of Avery v. Nelson", 23 Oklahoma Law Review 115, 1970.
Author: "Admiralty Jurisdiction in Oklahoma: Exclusiveness and Choice of Forum", 42 Oklahoma Bar Association Supplement 68, 1971 (reprinted in Arkansas Lawyer, 1972). Adjunct Professor of Trial Practice, University of Tulsa School of Law, 1979-1981.
Member: Tulsa County and Oklahoma Bar Associations.
Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association. The Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Member: Tulsa County and Oklahoma Bar Associations. Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association. The Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.