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Professor Casey Ross

Professor Casey Ross

Professor Casey Ross,
Adjunct Professor
University General Counsel


Casey Ross is the University General Counsel for Oklahoma City University.

Prior to becoming OCU’s chief legal counsel, Casey served as the Director of the American Indian Law and Sovereignty Center at Oklahoma City University School of Law, teaching clinical and doctrinal courses in Tribal Law, American Indian Wills and Probate, Indian Gaming Law, and Federal Indian Law. She continues to teach as an adjunct professor for the law school, and also serves as module faculty for OCU’s Meinders School of Business tribal law and Native American Enterprise Management certificate programs.

Prior to joining the faculty at Oklahoma City University School of Law, Professor Ross served as the Senior Legislative Officer for the Cherokee Nation, in its Washington, D.C., Office. There, she engaged in legislative and policy advocacy for tribal priorities.

Casey’s scholarship focuses on American Indian land and property issues in Oklahoma. She has published works in the areas of Indian Child Welfare, Domestic Violence and Taxation in tribal communities. Professor Ross has served as conference faculty for several statewide and national conferences on American Indian legal issues and presents frequently on topics related to her area of scholarship.

Contact Information

Clara E. Jones Administration Building
Oklahoma CIty, OK 73106