Drew Lagow a native of Southlake, Texas attended the University of Tulsa on a football scholarship where he graduated Cum Laude with his degree in Management Information Systems. He then earned his Juris Doctorate degree with highest honors in 2009 from TU. In law school, Drew served as an editor on the Tulsa Law Review where his candidacy paper was one of four student papers selected for publication. In addition, he was the recipient of the University Of Tulsa College Of Law Order of the Curule Chair Award to recognize his superior academic performance and distinguished service to the University. Drew further received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for achieving the top score in his entire class in Criminal Procedure: Police Practices, Comparative Law, Agency & Partnership, and Civil Procedure 2.
Before joining Holden & Carr, Drew practiced civil litigation while also chairing fifteen criminal felony jury trials, including murder cases, as a former Tulsa County Public Defender. Drew's current practice is 100% devoted to litigation in areas such as commercial disputes, products liability actions, personal injury claims, professional liability cases, property damage issues, and other business litigation matters.
University of Tulsa College of Law Order of the Curule Chair Award
CALI Excellence for the Future Awards
Super Lawyers© Rising Star 2017
Parker: An Interpretive Shift for the Supreme Court to Adopt, 43 Tulsa L. Rev. 793 (2008).
“Jack-of-all-trades not ordinary consumer of painting chemical or secondhand storage barrels,” products Liability Law Daily, (Jan. 27, 2015). http://www.dailyreportingsuite.com/products-liability/news/jack_of_all_trades_not_ordinary_consumer_of_painting_chemical_or_secondhand_storage_barrels