Kellee Hartman, Esq.
Kellee Hartman is a Texas and Oklahoma lawyer who focuses her practice
on civil litigation with an emphasis on
family law and equine/agricultural law. Kellee also provides counsel in estate planning and
business law matters.
Kellee attended Oklahoma City University School of Law where she received
her Juris Doctor in 2009. During her time at OKCU Law, she was a member
of the AAJ Trial Team and ABA Mediation Team, as well as being selected
into the Order of Barristers.
Prior to attending law school, Kellee earned her Bachelors of Science in
Animal Science with an Equine Industry Option in 2004, and her Masters
of Science in Family Youth and Community Sciences with a focus in Youth
Development and Adolescent Problematic Behaviors in 2006, from the University
of Florida. Go Gators!
In her spare time, Kellee enjoys riding and showing her horses, as well
as watching the Florida Gators and traveling with her husband.
- University of Florida, B.S., 2004
- University of Florida, M.S., 2006
- Oklahoma City University, J.D., 2009
- All Oklahoma State Courts
- Western District of Oklahoma
- Texas State Courts
Professional Associations and Memberships
- State Bar of Texas
- Oklahoma Bar Association – Family Law Section
- Orders of Barristers
- American Quarter Horse Association
Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association – Board of Directors
- Oklahoma Amateur Quarter Horse Association – Past President
Life After Undergrad, Academic Presentation, University of Florida, 2009
Self-Esteem Assessment of Adolescents Involved in Horsemanship Activities, Journal of Extension, April 2008; UF Research News You Can Use, 2006
Providing Positive Youth Leisure Activities: Video Game Violence and Levels
and Developmental Appropriateness, UF Research News You Can Use, 2005
Food Safety Practices of Vendors at Farmers’ Markets in Florida, Food Protection, 2005
- Family Law, Divorce, Custody, Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts