Attorney Profile


Christopher Camp is the managing partner of Camp Law Firm, which he founded on January 1, 2012, after spending several years as a shareholder and director of a well-established law firm in downtown Tulsa.  His practice focuses primarily on complex civil and appellate litigation, business tort litigation, municipal law, labor and employment law, and civil rights.  In addition to regularly appearing in state court, Chris has conducted jury trials (typically involving federal employment discrimination claims) in every United States District Court in Oklahoma, and has successfully argued cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.  Camp earned his bachelor’s degree in English Education in 1995 and his law degree in 1999 from the University of Tulsa. At TU, he was a member of the President’s Ambassador Council Honor Society and the recipient of an Army ROTC/TU Military Science Scholarship Grant and the General Dynamics Award for Outstanding Leadership.

Chris has been recognized by his peers as an emerging leader in Oklahoma’s legal profession, having served on both the Board of Governors and the House of Delegates for the Oklahoma Bar Association, as well as the House of Delegates for the American Bar Association.  In addition to his involvement in more than a dozen other state and county bar association committees, Chris served as the Chair of the OBA Young Lawyers Division (the largest section in the state bar), having been elected to its Board of Directors for three consecutive terms.  Chris has served on the Board of Directors for both the Tulsa County Bar Association and the T.U. Law Alumni Association, as well as the Board of Trustees of the Tulsa County Bar Foundation.  He has also been a member of the American Association for Justice (formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association), a barrister with the Hudson Hall Wheaton Chapter of the American Inns of Court, and a member of the Rotary Club of Tulsa, where he was a contributing writer to its monthly publication, The Gasser.