Krystina E. Phillips

Partner, Attorney

Krystina E. Phillips practices primarily environmental law representing citizens group organizations, landowners, municipalities, and water districts at the administrative, state, and federal levels.  In 2013, Krystina was an integral member of the legal team that received a National Law Journal top-25 jury verdict related to pollution of an Oklahoma stream.  Additionally, Krystina practices Indian law representing various federally-recognized Indian tribes on a wide range of topics. 

Krystina graduated Magna Cuma Laude with honors from Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Agribusiness in 2007 and went on to earn her Juris Doctorate in 2010 from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.  She has been named a Rising Star by SuperLawyers in 2015-2020.

Krystina has written and presented on numerous topics, including water law and policy,tribal law, and state and federal regulatory issues.  In addition to her legal practice, Krystina serves in an adjunct capacity at East Central University teaching Water Law in the Water Resource Policy and Management Program.

Krystina chairs the Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma and serves on the Ada Water Resources Board.  She and her family are active members of Ada First United Methodist Church, where she organized a campaign through RIP Medical Debt to forgive $2 million in medical debt in seven Oklahoma counties.  Krystina is also a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical responder for the Fittstown Volunteer Fire Department in Fittstown, Oklahoma, where she lives with her husband, Chris, and their two young children.


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