Emilee N. Crowther is a trial and appellate attorney who focuses her practice on all aspects of complex commercial litigation including contract, business, real property and energy disputes. Ms. Crowther also regularly negotiates and drafts remediation construction contracts, surface use agreements, oil and gas leases, water use agreements, purchase and sale agreements, real estate deeds, and mineral deeds. Ms. Crowther is a member of the ABA Forum on Construction Law.
Ms. Crowther is a 2018 graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where she was assistant managing editor of the Oklahoma Law Review, and a graduate of the University of Texas. While at the University of Texas, Ms. Crowther was a section leader and member of the Longhorn Band.
Areas of Practice
- Commercial Litigation
- Appellate Practice
- Construction Litigation
- Energy Litigation
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma
- University of Oklahoma College of Law, J.D., 2018
- Assistant Managing Editor, Oklahoma Law Review
- University of Texas, B.A., 2015
- Duane Morris LLP
- Associate, 2022-present
- University of Oklahoma College of Law
- Adjunct Professor, Legal Writing and Analysis, 2020-2023
- Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Laughlin & Browder, Inc.
- Associate Attorney, 2018-2022
Honors and Awards
- 2018 Recipient of the University of Oklahoma College of Law’s Professional Responsibility Award
- Fix West Texas
- Founding Board Member, 2019-present
Civic and Charitable Activities
- Fix West Texas, 2019-2022
- Represented CWS Capital Partners LLC, CWS Apartment Homes LLC and Windsor at Barton Creek LP in obtaining a defensive summary judgment in a case that had been pending since 2017. In a real estate transaction, the plaintiff claimed that certain information about the apartment complex it purchased had not been disclosed by the defendants. The summary judgment declared that the plaintiff take nothing against the defendants.
- Co-author, "Whose Testimony Is It Anyway--Can Expert Witnesses in Construction Trials Testify as to Industry Standards in Unambiguous Contracts?" Construction Law Journal, Winter 2022