Growing up as a kid in Sallisaw, Oklahoma Rilee Harrison always strived to end up in a profession where he could help others. “When I started college, I knew I wanted to select a career path that played to my strengths. Communication has always been something that comes natural, so what better way to use that skill than to help injured Oklahomans navigate serious life changing injuries.”
Rilee has been practicing law since the Spring of 2019 but in that short period of time he has packed a lot of experience in. “I was afforded the opportunity to represent injured Oklahomans and individuals injured by the negligence of others since the beginning of my career. This allowed me to get in a court room early and often, making me very comfortable advocating for my clients in a court room setting.”
Rilee is actively involved with many Oklahoma legal organizations, namely as the events chair for the Oklahoma Association for Justice. Rilee enjoys to be active in both state and local bar organizations. “I truly believe that if you want to be the best, you have to learn from the best. This phrase applies to sports but it also applies to the practice of law. Any time I attend an event I learn from the attorneys and other legal presenters in order to be the best advocate I can be for my clients.”
In Rilee’s free time, he likes to try new restaurants, go to sporting events, travel, play golf, hangout with his friends, and most importantly watch as much television as possible with his wife Blake. Rilee has three dogs and describes himself as a “crazy dog dad”.