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KAYLEE P. DAVIS-MADDY is an attorney with Doerner Saunders Daniel & Anderson LLP, where she practices in the areas of commercial, healthcare, environmental and water law. Although primarily a litigator, Ms. Davis-Maddy’s practice is full service, assisting her clients and their needs that span the employment, commercial, real property, regulatory and administrative fields. She is an accomplished water attorney, regularly assisting clients in asserting, obtaining and protecting their water rights in court or at state agencies. Ms. Davis-Maddy’s clients include small and large municipalities, corporations, landowners and family farmers. She is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association (treasurer of Environmental Law), the Oklahoma County Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Ms. Davis-Maddy received her B.A. degree, summa cum laude, Letters, from the University of Oklahoma; and her J.D. degree, cum laude, from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law.
SARA D. GIBSON currently serves as deputy general counsel at the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, where her duties include acting as hearing examiner on behalf of the board. She attended Oklahoma City University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in 2001, and a Juris Doctorate degree in 2004. Prior to joining the OWRB, Ms. Gibson worked as an attorney for the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality and the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department.
TRAE GRAY is the founder of LandownerFirm.com, and maintains a nationwide natural resource practice (as both a trial lawyer and mediator) from his ranch in Coal County, Oklahoma. Mr. Gray’s primary clients are landowners, farmers, and ranchers. He serves as the president of the Coal County Bar Association and the city attorney (civil and criminal) for the city of Coalgate, and is also the city judge in Caney, Oklahoma. Mr. Gray is a graduate of the Western Trial Advocacy Institute and Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyers College. He earned his B.S. degree from the CASNR at Oklahoma State University, his M.B.A. and J.D. degrees from Oklahoma City University, and his LL.M. degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.
KRYSTINA PHILLIPS is an attorney with Indian and Environmental Law Group, PLLC. She practices in the areas of water law, natural resources and environmental law, and Indian law. Ms. Phillips' practice includes litigation in both federal and state courts, as well as practicing before the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, the Oklahoma Department of Mines, and the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality. Notably, she represents Citizens for the Protection of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer (CPASA). Ms. Phillips assisted with the passage of Senate Bill 597 (2011), which regulates groundwater withdrawals from surface mining over the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer. She also works with several Indian tribes on matters ranging from fee-to-trust applications to negotiations with the state. Ms. Phillips is the co-author of an article published in the Oklahoma Law Review entitled “Rediscovering the Roots of Oklahoma Groundwater Law in One of Its Newest Statutes: Senate Bill 597.” She graduated, magna cum laude, from Oklahoma State University.