Alexander Sisemore

Alexander Sisemore

Associate

Education

  1. J.D., University of Oklahoma College of Law 2012
  2. M.A., Oklahoma State University 2008 (Political Science)
  3. B.A., Oklahoma State University 2006 (Political Science, Philosophy)

Practice Areas

  1. Civil Litigation
  2. Subrogation
  3. Employment Law

Professional and Community Involvement

  1. Oklahoma Association of Defense Counsel (OADC)
  2. Oklahoma Bar Association
  3. Tulsa County Bar Association
  4. Tulsa Young Professionals (TYPros)

Alexander J. Sisemore

Alex worked at the firm as a law clerk in 2011 and 2012 and joined the firm as an Associate in 2012 upon passing the bar. While at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, Alex served as the Managing Editor of the Oklahoma Law Review, where his case note was selected for publication. In addition to being selected to serve on the Editorial Board of the Oklahoma Law Review, Alex served as a Teaching Assistant for a Legal Research & Writing class, a Dean’s Council Mentor to 1L students, the Secretary to the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, and a Student Panel Member for the Faculty Hiring Committee. He also received an American Jurisprudence Award (top grades in a class) in Legal Research & Writing I.

Prior to law school, Alex served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Oklahoma State University, teaching an introductory American Government class. He also worked at the Oklahoma Department of Human Services Laura Dester Youth Shelter in Tulsa, working with abused and neglected children.

Alex was named to Lawyers for Color 2014 Hotlist for the Southwest Region.

Alex is admitted to practice in all courts of the State of Oklahoma and the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Western, and Northern Districts of Oklahoma.

Publications

Note, Straying From the Written Path: How the Supreme Court Eviscerated the Plain Meaning of the MVRA’s Ninety-Day Deadline Provision and Legislated From the Bench in Dolan v. United States, 64 Okla. L. Rev. 211 (2012).