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. Through her background as a judicial intern for federal appellate, district, and magistrate judges, Hope brings insight to every stage of the litigation lifecycle. She regularly represents clients in diverse fields from the statutory realms of copyright, health care, and employment to the equitable areas of unjust enrichment and injunctive relief. Her recent experience also includes representing businesses and individuals in civil enforcement actions, putative collective and class actions, and arbitration proceedings.
Hope brings a precise and lively voice to her legal advocacy, drawn from skills developed as a published researcher and author in three genres: legal analysis, academic theory, and journalism. Her work has been featured in publications from Princeton University Press, the Tulsa Law Review, The Federal Lawyer Magazine, and the Oklahoma Press Association.
Prior to joining the Firm, Hope was a research fellow for the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities and a participant in the international Digital Keywords Workshop. While in law school, Hope 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, American Inns of Court, and Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society. She is also a TYPROS board intern with the Tulsa Air and Space Museum. A lifelong musician, Hope is active in the local and national arts communities as a member of the Tulsa Chorale and Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity.