Bob Brown


Bob is a veteran of the United States Army where he served as an enlisted Military Policeman for almost twelve years. Bob was stationed both in the United States and overseas; and, he served in Operation Desert Storm. After receiving a disability discharge from military service, Bob used his veterans benefits to attend the University of Washington and Oklahoma City University School of Law. He now teaches law school part-time at Oklahoma City University as an adjunct professor. He is married and lives with his wife in Oklahoma City, OK.

Bob devotes the majority of his time to the practice of Veterans Benefits Law. He is licensed to practice before the Oklahoma Supreme Court and all of Oklahoma’s state trial courts. In addition, he is licensed to practice before the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Northern and Western Districts of Oklahoma. Bob is also accredited by the VA to practice Veterans Benefits Law; and, Bob is admitted to practice before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

He has a wide range of legal experience including: general civil litigation, surety law, personal injury and premises liability law (injuries, accidents and falls), employment law (discrimination and retaliatory discharge), insurance defense, medical malpractice, subrogation, collections and small claims. Bob has won at both the Oklahoma Supreme Court and the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals. He has also successfully represented clients in federal court, district court, workers’ compensation court, probate court and family court. Also, Bob has earned a Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Oklahoma City University School of Law, which certifies his ability to represent clients in arbitration, mediation and negotiation.