Alisa G. Hopkins

Alisa G. Hopkins is a Tulsa native. She attended Oklahoma State University and obtained her Bachelor’s in Business Administration. She then went on to obtain her Master’s in Business Administration with a special focus in Healthcare Administration from Oklahoma Christian University. After graduating with her MBA, Alisa attended the University of Tulsa College of Law and obtained her Juris Doctorate.

During law school, Alisa served as the Editor of the Tulsa Law Review. After law school, she worked as the Assistant District Attorney in Tulsa County. While working as a prosecutor, Alisa gained extensive jury trial experience. During her time there, she actually set a record for the highest monetary penalty at jury trial for drug trafficking in addition to a 30-year sentence.

Alisa has been in civil practice for years and worked extensively on complex and highly technical cases both in federal and state courts. She is known for her talent in legal writing practice and chairs the Holden Litigation Research and Writing Practice Group.

Areas of Practice

  • COVID-19 Coverage
  • Insurance Litigation
  • Civil Practice
  • Health Law
  • Civil Rights Litigation
  • Governmental Tort Claims
  • Employment Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Catastrophic Injury/Loss
  • Premises Liability
  • Business Litigation
  • Contract Law
  • Bad Faith Litigation
  • Professional Negligence
  • Motion Practice
  • Trucking Litigation

Honors and Awards

  • Listed as a COVID-19 Expert with the Oklahoma Bar Association
  • Author of scholary article "Litigating an Invisible Enemy: Will the United States Insurance Industry Survive the COVID-19 Pandemic?" *Selected for Law Review publication in February 2021
  • Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honors Society (Inductee/Member by invitation)
  • Graduate of Distinction Recipient

Steven E. Holden

Eddie L. Carr

Kristen L. Lawhorn

Rebecca S. Woodward

James S. Daniel

Jane R. Cowdery

Mike D. Antkowiak

Laura J. Grabouski

Greg S. Keogh

Caleb S. McKee

Alisa G. Hopkins

Sofia Miranda