Koller Trial Law is thrilled that the Tulsa League of Women Voters recognized the work that the firm and Laurie Koller are doing to advocate for victim’s rights. Laurie was awarded as a Madam President honoree on May 7, 2019.
The LWV Tulsa selects 10 women each year who “could” be president. The work that each of the women does was highlighted. It’s amazing the talent that Oklahoma women bring to the table! Personally, I was in awe to hear about each of the women and definitely felt “impostor syndrome” in their company. Our community works better when it is inclusive and this event showed why.
From the Ceremony:
- Laurie is a successful attorney with more than 25 years of experience. In 2018 she took a personal risk and opened her own independent law practice specializing in civil representation of survivors of sexual assault, abuse and injury. Laurie’s mission now is to help her clients navigate beyond their trauma and pain. A skilled litigator and compassionate advocate, Laurie helps her clients find their voice, bring their abusers to justice, and make sure her clients have the resources needed to get a sense of healing and wholeness in their lives.
Prior to that leap, Laurie Koller was a trial attorney for 16 years where she had an excellent win ratio and had multiple seven-figure verdicts.
Laurie founded the Women Trial Lawyers Collective, which hosts retreats for women trial lawyers to help them find balance of mind, body, and spirit. She is a member of the Oklahoma Association of Justice, recently acting as treasurer and vice president and is currently president-elect. She is on the Board of Advisors for the National Crime Victim Bar Association, and is a member of the Trial Lawyers’ College, Keenan Ball Trial College, Keenan Institute for Trial Lawyers, and the American Board of Trial Advocates.
Recognized as an expert and resource in the community, Laurie regularly gives talks and presentations on sexual harassment, stalking, trafficking, sexual assault, the Violence Against Women Act, and much more. Laurie is a sought-after instructor at the Keenan Institute for Trial Lawyers, where she has particular expertise in jury selection and bias.
Laurie’s biggest hope is that someday her services will no longer be needed.
- Three words to describe Laurie: Compassion. Determination. Justice.
- Her hashtag would be #JusticeAndBeyond
If you or someone you know is a survivor, contact Koller Trial Law today.