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Norman is the home of the University of Oklahoma. Named after an engineer who first surveyed the area in the mid 1800s, Norman was one of many communities whose population exploded during the late 1800s and the arrival of “sooners,” or homesteaders who arrived before they were legally allowed to occupy their land.
Norman lawyers can assist you with any legal issue you may be facing, including criminal defense, personal injury, bankruptcy, family law, real estate, and many more.
As the home of the University of Oklahoma, Norman lawyers see a wide variety of lawsuits. One significant recent lawsuit was over allegations that the University violated strict federal protocols in human trials of cancer treatment. The lawsuit alleged that test subjects died due to the negligence of clinicians and the failure to follow standard protocols for human test subject trials.
Whether your case is large or small, you will want an attorney in Norman who is familiar with the Cleveland County court system. This Court is part of Oklahoma’s 27th District and is where most cases in Norman end up. Your Norman lawyer’s familiarity with this court will be an important factor in your case going forward.
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