Aimee Majoue is an associate in the firm’s Oklahoma City office. She supports clients with commercial litigation and complex litigation matters, including class action lawsuits, in the following practice areas: Administrative & Regulatory; Criminal Defense, Compliance & Investigations; Energy, Environment & Natural Resources; and Litigation & Trial.
A summa cum laude graduate of the Oklahoma City University School of Law, Aimee was inducted into the Order of the Barrister and was a Hatton W. Sumners Scholar. In addition to being named the OCU Law Outstanding Graduate of 2018 and the Oklahoma Bar Association Outstanding Senior Law Student in 2017, Aimee received the prestigious CALI Award for top academic performance in 10 different subjects. She was also awarded the Liberty Bell Award by the Oklahoma Bar Association for her work in legal advocacy for the homeless population in Oklahoma City.
As an active member in a number of professional groups during law school, Aimee was named the Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court Law Student of the Year in 2018 and the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society Member of the Year in 2017. She also garnered valuable professional experience and recognition as the Regional Champion of the 2017 American Bar Association Appellate Advocacy Competition.
Aimee completed her undergraduate studies at Saint Mary’s College of California with a degree in theology and formerly served as a teacher and campus minister at Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School.