Caroline Lindemuth is an associate in the firm’s Tulsa office and assists clients with general litigation matters as a member of the Labor & Employment and Litigation & Trial Practice Groups.
She graduated with highest honors from the University of Tulsa College of Law and was inducted into the Order of Barristers. While there, she received the Dean John Rogers Scholarship and the Gerald B. Ellis Labor Law Scholarship. In addition, she received CALI awards for top performance in Legal Writing II, Legal Writing III, Property, Intellectual Property and Employment Law.
During law school, Caroline served as a legal writing teaching assistant and was on the editorial board of the Tulsa Law Review. She gained valuable advocacy experience by preparing for the American Association for Justice’s Student Trial Advocacy Competition and competing at the National Health Law Moot Court Competition. Caroline also served as a judicial extern for Judge Gregory Frizzell of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma and Justice Dana Kuehn of the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals.
Caroline graduated summa cum laude from Sewanee: The University of the South, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in psychology. She received several awards for her undergraduate academic and leadership achievements, including the Vice Chancellor’s Award, the Wright-Bentley Scholarship, the Isabel Caldwell-Marks Scholarship and the Beecken Scholarship. Caroline was awarded a Ben Henneke Research Fellowship to attend the University of Tulsa Graduate School, where she earned a Master of Arts degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Before attending law school, Caroline worked in the human resources department at a Tulsa-based oil and gas company.