Louis W. Bullock
Federal Trial Practice
Class Action Litigation
Louis Bullock is a trial lawyer with thirty years of experience, whose practice has focused on federal court litigation in the areas of civil rights and Title XIX.
has earned a reputation for taking on large complex cases, litigating those with exceptional efficiency and forcing necessary reforms in the operation of government institutions.
Over the past 20 years, Mr. Bullock
has developed particular expertise in litigating issues involving governmental medical programs for children and persons with disabilities.
has recently completed a case which resulted in the State of Oklahoma developing a state of the art community-based program to provide supports for persons with developmental disabilities.
has also recently completed the trial of a case targeting the lack of access to medical care for children.
This case was brought by the Oklahoma Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics seeking
to assure that the children served by the Medicaid program receive necessary medical care.
is presently advising pediatricians in several states how to use the legal system to achieve the goals of Title XIX to assure that children receive the access to medical care and treatment guaranteed by this federal program.
Professional Activities and Memberships
Mr. Bullock is a member of the Tulsa County Bar Association and Oklahoma Bar Association.
is licensed to practice before both Oklahoma and Federal Courts.
is a Master of the Council Oaks Chapter of the American Inns of Court
has twice been the recipient of the Courageous Advocate Award given by the Oklahoma Bar Association
is the only two-time recipient of this distinguished award.
Mr. Bullock graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1971 and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 1975.