Kristopher K. McVay

Kristopher K. McVay: Attorney with Atkinson, Haskins, Nellis, Brittingham, Gladd & Fiasco


The Tulsa law firm of Atkinson, Haskins, Nellis, Brittingham, Gladd & Fiasco announces that Kristopher K. McVay has joined the firm as an associate.

Kristopher McVay graduated with highest honors from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 2017. He earned a bachelor of arts in Sociology with a focus on law and legal institutions from Oklahoma State University in 2011. While in law school, Mr. McVay served as Articles Research Editor of the Tulsa Law Review. He received a CALI Award in Torts and was awarded the Order of the Curule Chair. He completed internships with the Honorable Gregory Frizzell, Chief Judge of the Northern District of Oklahoma, and with the Honorable Stephanie K. Seymour, senior judge of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Mr. McVay is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and currently practices as a civil litigator.

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Civil Litigation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
918-948-7485  Phone
918-585-8096  Fax
University Attended:
Oklahoma State University
Law School Attended:
University of Tulsa College of Law, J.D., 2017
Year of First Admission:
2017, Oklahoma
Oklahoma Bar Association

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Tulsa, Oklahoma

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