Mary Hope Forsyth is an associate in the Tulsa office of GableGotwals where her practice focuses on complex trial and appellate litigation in federal and state courts. Her experience encompasses diverse areas of law from federal statutory causes of action in fields such as copyright, healthcare, and employment, to equitable claims including unjust enrichment and injunctive relief.
Through her background in the federal courts as a judicial intern for appellate, district, and magistrate judges in the Tenth Circuit, Hope brings insight to every stage of the litigation lifecycle. Hope incorporates a variety of authorial skills into her legal advocacy, learned through her experience as a published author in three genres: legal analysis, academic theory, and journalism.
Hope joined GableGotwals following a distinguished academic career. She was valedictorian of her graduating class at The University of Tulsa College of Law and was selected as TU’s Oklahoma Bar Association Outstanding Law Student. She also served as the Executive Editor of the Tulsa Law Review, where she mentored students in research and argumentation, and achieved the highest grade award in 12 law school classes.
Hope’s professional affiliations include the Editorial Board of the Federal Bar Association, Council Oak/Johnson-Sontag Inn of Court, and Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society. A lifelong musician, Hope is active in the Tulsa and national arts communities as a member of the Tulsa Chorale and Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity.