Kasey Curry brings unique perspective and a wealth of knowledge to Fry & Elder, as the in-demand Tulsa law firm’s newest attorney.
Licensed to practice in all Oklahoma courts and the Northern District, Kasey did not decide to attend law school until the age of 53, but she has been a quick study.
As a former oil and gas “Landman” for 38 years before being sworn in as an attorney in 2017, Kasey further bolsters Fry & Elder’s practice areas in the realm of bankruptcy and property law, including probates and wills.
Most recently, Kasey completed a Bankruptcy Training Seminar presented by Oklahoma Bar Association, which enables her to provide legal counsel in the realm of Bankruptcy Law in criminal and family law proceedings.
Kasey excelled while at the University of Tulsa College of Law, studying EU and International Commercial Law at the University College of Dublin. Before attending TU, Kasey earned her Bachelor of Arts in 2010 at Oklahoma State University.
“I’m a little bit of a late bloomer, but I am not afraid to take chances, which I think my clients can appreciate and my colleagues can respect,” Kasey Curry says. “I could see the instability of the oil and gas business toward the end of my tenure, and I wasn’t going to stay at home and be depressed. I thought: ‘I’m smart and TU has a law school right down the street.’”
Kasey’s connections and stellar work history in the oil and gas industry allow her the ability to take on some unique legal assignments.
Before attending TU College of Law, Kasey has previously worked as a Landman with Gryphon Resources and Premium Mineral Services and was a former Project Manager at Paramount Field Services.
“Fry & Elder has always had an excellent reputation as being top-tier law firm in Tulsa and throughout Oklahoma,” Kasey Curry says. “The opportunity to practice and learn from some of the best and most experienced attorneys in Tulsa definitely appealed to me.”
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