Sarah Yates Reddy focuses her practice on family law litigation, Native American law and ICWA compliance, physician contract review services, estate planning and probate. Her clients include families, individuals, and non-profit and charitable businesses.
Attorney Reddy was admitted to the University of Tulsa College of Law in 2008 where she completed her Juris Doctorate. While in law school Ms. Reddy completed certificates in Native American Law and Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law. Her independent research in law school focused on health law and constitutional law, works which has been published and cited. During her time in law school, Sarah was employed at a general civil litigation firm where she received training from attorneys with more than one-hundred years of combined trial and litigation experience.
After passing the bar examination, Ms. Reddy took a position in Oklahoma City representing some of the nation’s largest insurance companies in nearly all seventy-seven Oklahoma counties. More specifically, she worked for business and commercial lines, medical professional lines, and a professional negligence line.
Sarah later developed a small firm business model she believed would better serve those individuals and businesses in her community. Building the business on her experiences at both large and small firms, and using her diversified training and expertise, she returned to Tulsa. What began as a small practice continues to grow and Sarah continues her practice of advocating for clients in need of superior, responsible legal representation across the state of Oklahoma.
Ms. Reddy’s volunteer work includes Tulsa Lawyers for Children, Native American Law Student Association Pro Bono Team, and Reading is Fundamental. She is an active member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and Tulsa Bar Association. Sarah participates in her community through her church and local charities.
University of Tulsa John Rogers College of Law, Juris Doctorate
Westminster College (Fulton, Missouri), Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law Political Science, Classics, and Latin.
Bishop Kelley High School
Bar and Court Admissions:
State of Oklahoma
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma
U.S. District Court, Western District of Oklahoma
U.S. District Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit
Supreme Court of the United States