Rhiannon K. Baker

Rhiannon K. Baker, an Iowa native, attended college at the University of Tulsa, received a Master’s in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma, and her Juris Doctorate, with Highest Honor, and with a Certificate in Health Law, from the University of Tulsa College of Law.

During law school, Rhiannon served as Executive Editor for the Tulsa Law Review, where her candidacy paper was not only selected for publication, but selected by faculty as the recipient of the Robert C. Butler Award for Excellence in Legal Scholarship and Writing. She was also awarded the Order of the Curule Chair for excellence in academics and distinguished service to the university.

Before joining Holden & Montejano, Rhiannon practiced civil litigation in Tulsa, and served as a federal law clerk to the honorable Paul J. Cleary in the Northern District of Oklahoma for four years. She is admitted to practice in Oklahoma, the Cherokee Nation, and all federal courts in Oklahoma. Rhiannon’s current practice is devoted to litigation in multiple areas of insurance defense.

Rhiannon is a member of the Tulsa County and Oklahoma Bar Associations.  She is a member of Leadership Tulsa, serves on the University of Tulsa Law Alumni Board and donates her time to Tulsa Lawyers for Children and DVIS.

Areas of Practice

  • Insurance Defense
  • Civil Practice
  • Personal Injury
  • Contracts
  • Litigation & Appeals
  • Construction Defect
  • Professional Liability 

Honors and Awards

  • University of Tulsa College of Law, Order of the Curule Chair
  • Robert C. Butler, Jr. Award for Excellence in Legal Scholarship & Writing
  • AMA/BNA Award for Excellence in Health Law
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Torts
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Legal Reasoning, Anaysis & Writing II
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Comparative Bioethics
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Criminal Procedure
  • Super Lawyers© Rising Star 2018, Civil Litigation

Published Works

  • Sex Offender Residency Restrictions Are Not “OK”: Why Oklahoma Needs to Amend the Sex Offenders Registration Act, 44 Tul. L. Rev. 617 (2009).

Steven E. Holden

Jacqueline M. Montejano

Drew A. Lagow

Derek G. Flynn

Don W. Danz

Rebecca S. Woodward

Eddie L. Carr

Steven R. Shattuck

Jane R. Cowdery

Shawna L. Landeros

Stuart P. Ashworth

Grace E. Dawkins

Rebekah R. Martin

Karl T. Fisher

Rhiannon K. Baker