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Colin H. Tucker

Colin H. Tucker is a partner in Rhodes Hieronymus. His areas of specialization include commercial litigation, energy and environmental litigation, products liability, and entertainment law.

Theresa N. Hill

Theresa Noble Hill's emphasis include complex civil litigation, construction law, and environmental law.

John H. Tucker

John H. Tucker is a partner in Rhodes Hieronymus and concentrates his practice in a broad range of civil litigation and appellate cases.

Kerry R. Lewis

Kerry R. Lewis is a partner with Rhodes Hieronymus specializing in appellate practice, products liability, insurance defense, international law, and employment law.

Nathan E. Clark

Nathan E. Clark concentrates his practice in insurance defense and commercial litigation, with particular experience in nursing home, medical negligence, insurance, and construction/mold matters.

Troy J. McPherson

Troy J. McPherson is an associate involved in employment law and general civil litigation. McPherson came to Rhodes in 2015; before then, he practiced employment law in Oklahoma with a firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment disputes. McPherson a 2014 graduate (with honors) of the University of Tulsa College of Law.

Rachel M. Lee

Rachel M. Lee is a partner with Rhodes Hieronymus. Her areas of emphasis include civil litigation and insurance defense.

From Chambers USA 2011:

"The Tulsa-based practice is highly respected due to the complexity of the matters it takes on, from toxic torts and environmental law to product liability and employment cases."

Stephen L. Kirschner

Stephen is a 2014 law graduate from the University of Iowa with law review and faculty research experience, as well as real-world experience in mortgage lending and an undergraduate degree in finance.

Katherine R. Morelli

Katherine joined us at Rhodes in 2015, with four years' experience in domestic relations, probate and trusts. She earned Dean's Honor Roll all six semesters at the University of Oklahoma School of Law, where she also was an Articles Editor of the law review.