Greg S. Keogh was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. Through his love and passion for sports, Greg was given the opportunity to attend St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee, Oklahoma after he received a scholarship to play soccer. Greg graduated from St. Gregory’s in May 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Greg then went on to earn his Juris Doctor graduating with honors and in the top 15% of his class from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2019.
During law school, Greg served as an Assistant Managing Editor for the American Indian Law Review and had a Case Note that he authored published by the American Indian Law Review. Additionally, Greg won three American Jurisprudence awards for achieving the highest grades in his class in Contract Law, Copyright Law, and International Business Transactions.
Greg’s legal experience started prior to attending law school when he was employed as a case manager for a personal injury law firm. During law school, Greg interned with the same personal injury law firm and Holden Litigation. His experience is primarily civil practice with experience on both the plaintiff and defense sides.
Extending Tribal Criminal Jurisdiction Outside of Indian Country: Kelsey v. Pope, 43 Am. Indian L. Rev. 223 (2018), https://digitalcommons.law.ou.edu/ailr/vol43/iss1/7