Oklahoma State University (Bachelor of Science, 1979). University of Oklahoma (Juris Doctor, 1983). New York University (Master of Laws in Taxation, 1985).
Phi Alpha Delta.
Order of the Coif. Note Editor, Oklahoma Law Review, 1982-1983.
Worked at Kline & Kline (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) specializing in General Trial and Appellate Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Civil and Criminal, Bankruptcy and Commercial Law. Employment and Civil Rights Litigation.
Admitted to the bar, 1983, Oklahoma.
Phi Alpha Delta; Order of the Coif. Note Editor, Oklahoma Law Review, 1982-1983.
Author: "The Constitutionality of the Bankruptcy Reform Acting of 1978," Oklahoma Law Review, Volume 35:1. Member: Oklahoma Bar Association.
The firm was founded in February 1983 at the time of David Kline"s retirement as Chief Bankruptcy Judge of the Western District of Oklahoma, and his son, Timothy Kline, leaving a local law firm in which he was the bankruptcy section coordinator.
Starting with this outstanding base in bankruptcy law, the firm began expanding into other areas of the law by associating itself with outstanding attorneys in the fields of Tax, Commercial Law, Wills and Probate, Insurance Defense Law, Labor Law and Oil and Gas.
Oklahoma Bar Association. Tax Planning, Tax and Civil Litigation Law.