At The Firm on Baltimore, PLLC, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, attorney Thomas H. Landrum devotes his practice to a variety of matters for clients throughout the northeastern portion of the state. His civil litigation practice areas typically involve family law, real estate transactions, employment law and business disputes. Mr. Landrum assists clients in matters of child support and custody matters, business contracts, landlord-tenant disputes and negotiations, discrimination and estate planning.
At the University of Tulsa, Mr. Landrum earned a bachelor's degree in business management, with an emphasis on business law. As an undergraduate, he served as president of his Kappa Alpha Order chapter and was the recipient of an Excellence Award scholarship. Mr. Landrum then attended the University of Tulsa College of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor and an award from the Order of Barristers. He was involved in many of the school's activities, serving as the president of the advocacy organization, a law ambassador and chief justice of the student government. Mr. Landrum studied international law in Argentina for a semester, and he designed and taught a conflict resolution module in Sierra Leone.
Admitted to practice in Oklahoma, Mr. Landrum is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Oklahoma. In order to stay abreast of current developments in his practice areas and to forge connections with his peers, he is a member of the Tulsa County Bar Association and its Young Lawyers Committee. In the community, Mr. Landrum is a supporter of Tulsa's Young Professionals, the Barre Society, and the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice. He frequently spends time serving as a judge for the University of Tulsa College of Law's trial advocacy competitions.
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Last Updated: 3/7/2017