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Mr. Blades is an attorney in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He earned his juris doctorate from the University of Tulsa. He is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Oklahoma as well as federal courts in the Northern District of Texas and the Western District of Arkansas. Before practicing law, he was an intelligence officer for the Central Intelligence Agency.
Mr. Bost is an attorney in private practice in Owasso, Oklahoma and is licensed to practice in Oklahoma and Texas. He earned his juris doctorate from the University of Oklahoma and a bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of Notre Dame. Mr. Bost previously served as an administrative law judge, an assistant judge advocate for the United States Air Force, and a staff judge advocate of the Oklahoma Air National Guard.
Ms. Kroblin is an attorney in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She earned her juris doctorate from the University of Tulsa. Ms. Kroblin has a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Saint Mary’s Notre Dame. She has over 25 years of mediation experience and currently mediates domestic and agricultural cases.
Mr. Rineer is an attorney-mediator in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He earned his juris doctorate from the University of Tulsa. He has served as a Special District Judge for the 14th Judicial District, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mr. Rineer is currently an Adjunct Settlement Judge for the Northern District of Oklahoma and a member of the Adjunct Faculty at the University of Tulsa, College of Law, teaching mediation.
Ms. Knudson is an attorney in private practice in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She earned her juris doctorate from the University of Tulsa and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Kent State University. Ms. Knudson is a former adjunct professor with Tulsa Community College. She received TARC’s Professional Advocate of the Year for 2006 for her work with adults with developmental disabilities.
Ms. Welsh graduated from the University of Texas College of Law. She earned her bachelor's of science in biology from the University of Houston. Ms. Welsh is a former teacher, having taught high school chemistry, mathematics, and economics. Ms. Welsh most recently taught at the University of Tulsa College of Law, teaching Texas Civil Procedure as an adjunct professor and teaching full-time as a clinical instructor in the elder law clinic. Ms. Welsh previously clerked with Walsh, Anderson, Underwood, Schulze & Aldridge, a Texas firm specializing in representing school districts. Ms. Welsh has a private elder law practice and is licensed in Oklahoma and Texas.