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Regan E. Rule

Before joining BOND│GILL PLLC, Regan E. Rule obtained her Undergraduate Degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York, and her Doctoral and Master’s Degrees in Social, Political, Ethical and Legal Philosophy from Binghamton University in upstate New York, where she was awarded the Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence. Dr. Rule returned to her hometown and pursued her juris doctorate at University of Tulsa College of Law. While in law school she obtained a certificate in Native American Law, and earned book awards in Constitutional Law and Evidence. After an internship with The Honorable Judge Kurt Glassco, she interned at Gable & Gotwals focusing on Native American and appellate law.  In addition to serving on the executive boards of the Student Bar Association, Women’s Law Caucus, Animal Law, and Criminal Law Clubs, Dr. Rule completed more than 100 hours of public service throughout her tenure in law school. She graduated with highest honors in December 2020. Dr. Rule focuses her practice on trust and estate litigation, guardianships, family law, business and commercial law, and Native American law. Regan lives in Tulsa with Aaron, her partner of 8 years, and their two rescue bull terriers, Lola and Leo.


Admitted to Practice:     Oklahoma Supreme Court

Education:    University of Tulsa College of Law, Juris Doctorate

                            University College Dublin, Sutherland College of Law, Study Abroad

                            Binghamton University, Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy

                            Binghamton University, Master of Arts in Social, Political, Ethical, and Legal Philosophy

                            Sarah Lawrence College, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts.


Professional Affiliations:    Oklahoma Bar Association, Tulsa County Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Animal Legal Defense Fund, Hudson-Hall-Wheaton Inns of Court.


Community Involvement:   St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Family & Children’s Services (Women in Recovery Program), Pause for Paws, Holland Hall Alumna.


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