Kevin A. Easley

Kevin Easley

Kevin Easley is a court room attorney who has experience in litigating in both the civil and criminal arenas.  His practice encompasses family law, criminal law, Indian law, personal injury, and complex civil litigation.  Mr. Easley practices in state, federal, and tribal Court.  He routinely serves as local counsel in a variety of cases for firms located outside of Rogers County and serves as the municipal Judge for Chelsea and Foyil, towns located in Rogers County.

In 2013, Mr. Easley graduated with distinction from the University of Oklahoma Price College of Business with a degree in business finance.  While an undergraduate at the University of Oklahoma, Mr. Easley worked for the Bank of Oklahoma in Tulsa in the foreign exchange division, where he focused on the exchanging and trading of foreign currencies.

In 2016, Mr. Easley graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law with his juris doctorate.  While in law school Mr. Easley excelled in moot court oral arguments, courtroom-oriented work, and studied alternative dispute resolution at the University of Oxford, England. During law school, Mr. Easley worked for Norman Wohlgemuth Attorneys at Law, a well renowned law firm located in Tulsa, OK, and upon graduation joined Norman Wohlgemuth as an associate attorney where his practice focused on complex civil litigation, commercial and business disputes, and family law.  Mr. Easley joined the Higgins Easley law firm in the summer of 2017.

Mr. Easley resides in Claremore, OK, is active in animal rescue programs in Northeast, Oklahoma, and is a proud member of the Cherokee Nation.


Bar Admission

– Oklahoma, 2016

Education

– University of Oklahoma College of Law (J.D., 2016)
– Legal education, Oxford, England (Studied, Alternative Dispute Resolution)
– Oklahoma, Preparatory education, Price College of Business, University of Oklahoma (B.B.A., 2013)

Member

– Rogers County Bar Association
– Tulsa County Bar Association
– Oklahoma Bar Association
– Cherokee Nation Bar Association