Emilee Crowther

Emilee Crowther

Midland, Texas

Emilee Crowther is an associate who practices in the firm’s Litigation Section. Emilee’s practice focuses on general civil litigation, oil and gas dispute resolution, mineral negotiations, and water management in the oil field. Emilee was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in November 2018.

A native Texan, Emilee was born and raised in Austin, Texas, to a chemical engineer and an elementary school teacher. Emilee attended the University of Texas at Austin to obtain her undergraduate degree, where she was a section leader of the Longhorn Band, a member of the pre-law chapter of Phi Alpha Delta, the secretary and treasurer of Sigma Alpha Iota, and the Founding President of the Geography Society. Emilee graduated in 2015 with a degree in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and a minor in business.

Emilee attended the University of Oklahoma College of Law and graduated in May 2018 with her Juris Doctorate. She was an assistant managing editor of the Oklahoma Law Review, executive director of the Victim Advocacy Program, a graduate assistant for the master’s in legal studies in Oil and Gas law, treasurer of Phi Alpha Delta, and created a non-profit for the Norman Community Dog Park. She also contributed over 200 hours of pro bono hours during her law school career to the community. During her time at OU Law, she interned at the Oklahoma Supreme Court, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, the Needham Companies, and Dorchester Minerals.

Areas of Practice

  • General Litigation
  • Oil and Gas Law
  • Mineral Negotiations and Sales
  • Water Management

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2018


  • University of Oklahoma College of Law, Norman, Oklahoma
    • J.D. - 2018
  • The University of Texas at Austin
    • B.A. - 2015