Matthew D. Martin, III

Attorney in Oklahoma City, OK
Co-Author: with Editor Daniel C. Snell, "Democracy and Freedom," in A Companion to the Ancient Near East, 397-407, 2005. Author: "The Dysfunctional Progeny of Eugenics: Autonomy Gone AWOL," 15 Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law, Fall 2007.
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Admission Details

Admitted in 2007, Oklahoma
2008, U.S. District Court, Western District of Oklahoma
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma

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  • Law School Attended

    University of Tulsa
    Class of 2006

    University of Tulsa
    Class of 2006
    Certification in Health Law

    University Attended

    University of Oklahoma
    Class of 2003

    University of Tulsa
    Class of 2006

    Birth Information

    Born in 1978
    Northport, New York, October 17, 1978

    Associations & Memberships

    Oklahoma Bar Association; Oklahoma Association of Defense Counsel; Defense Research Institute; American Inns of Court, Luther Bohanan (Barrister); Oklahoma SuperLawyer Rising Star (2011-... More

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    Office Information
    Matthew D. Martin, III
    The Bank of Oklahoma Plaza 201 Robert S. Kerr Avenue, 12th Floor,
    Oklahoma City, OK 73102-4202


    Foliart, Huff, Ottaway & Bottom A Professional Corporation (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)

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