Odell Campbell attended various schools throughout his childhood in Germany, Virginia, Colorado and Oklahoma as part of a military family. Mr. Campbell graduated from high school in Lawton, Oklahoma in 1984.
Upon returning from Argentina after two years, Mr. Campbell attended and graduated from Brigham Young University, earning a B.A. degree in 1991. He next attended Oklahoma City University School of Law earning a J.D. in 1995. While there Mr. Campbell was inducted into the legal honors fraternity, Phi Delta Phi.
In 1995, the Oklahoma Supreme Court admitted Odell Campbell to the practice of law. In addition to being admitted in Oklahoma, Mr. Campbell has been admitted to the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma, and the United Stated Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Campbell is a gifted legal researcher and writer. An article prepared by Mr. Campbell has been published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal, How the FDCPA Made the Running of the Statute of Limitations a Cause of Action, 69 Okla B. J. 3145 (1998). Also, Mr. Campbell has successfully represented clients before the Oklahoma Supreme Court and the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals resulting in favorable published opinions: Justus v. State Ex. Rel. Dept. of Public Safety, 2002 OK 46, 61 P.3d 888; and Hees v. Hees, 2003 OK CIV APP 103, 82 P.3d 107.
Personally, Odell is active in the lives of his children and enjoys reading historical works, watercolor painting, and working in the yard.
Tricia Scott grew up in Northeast Ohio. Ms. Scott earned her Bachelor of Science in 2011 at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, graduating cum laude.
After working in the public sector and at non-profits for several years in both Ohio and Oklahoma City, Ms. Scott began attending law school at the University of Oklahoma in Fall, 2017. Ms. Scott hopes to become a great advocate and legal writer.
At the University of Oklahoma, Ms. Scott is the current president of the Environmental Law Students Association, an active member of the Organization for the Advancement of Women in Law (OAWL), and a candidate-member of American Indian Law Review. Ms. Scott has earned an Am Jur award in Property Law, and has particular interest in property law, family law, and contract law. In her work with American Indian Law Review, Ms. Scott writes and researches important and timely issues in the American Indian community and regarding tribal sovereignty and law.
Ms. Scott loves Oklahoma for its welcoming people and incredible economic opportunity and intends to pursue law and live in Oklahoma City. She enjoys her horses, and has participated in rodeo events from a young age. She is an active runner and volunteer with the local chapter of the Sierra Club.