Lauren Oldham’s practice focuses on employment law and state and federal litigation. Lauren advises clients on a variety of employment related matters, including best practices, policies and procedures, and litigation. Lauren is admitted to practice in Texas and all state and federal courts in Oklahoma.
Since joining the firm Lauren has regularly assisted clients in investigating and responding to numerous charges of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Lauren has assisted with securing successful dismissals for clients and regularly helps employers audit and update their policies and procedures. Lauren has also presented on employment law updates and published articles on related topics.
Lauren is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where she was elected to the Order of Solicitors and served as Note and Comment Editor for the American Indian Law Review. While in law school she attended the Oxford Summer Program at Oxford University and the International Human Rights Clinic in Guatemala. Lauren was an active member of the Board of Advocates and competed on the ABA Mediation team, as well as the BSA Negotiation team, achieving first place at the National Black Law Student Association International Negotiations Competition in Portland, Oregon.
Lauren earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma Michael F. Price College of Business and her undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma.
Lauren enjoys being active in the Tulsa community. She serves as the Director at Large for the Large Firm Division for the Tulsa County Bar Association and volunteers with Reading Partners and Tulsa Lawyers for Children. Lauren was also appointed to the Greater Tulsa Area African American Affairs Commission in 2017.