Empowering men, dads, children and families
Keith Flinn was born in Dallas, Texas. He grew up in Westport, Connecticut. He lettered twice in varsity rugby as a member of the Metropolitan Union, Staples High Wreckers. During his free time he was also a radio disk-jockey.
Keith attended Loras College on a scholarship where he would become an All-American mediator and a member of award winning mock trial and mediation teams. Keith wrote a conservative political column for “The Lorian” and was an editor for “The Limestone Review.” He majored in English and studied advanced mathematics, theology, political thought, and communications. During college Keith interned for a judge undertaking a research and development project for the implementation of mandatory family mediation.
Keith attended the University of Tulsa College of Law on scholarship and became an award winning advocate, delegate to the student bar, and a member of the National Trial Competition team and the Native American Law Student Association Moot Court team. During law school Keith clerked for several attorneys and a judge.
After law school Keith became certified as a mediator and started his practice at the Wirth Law Office representing clients all over the State of Oklahoma. His practice included family, civil, and criminal representation. He spent one year with the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office as a prosecutor under Steve Kunzweiler. Keith represented the State on misdemeanor and felony cases predominately involving domestic violence and protective orders, and including jury trial. Keith also represented the State in juvenile delinquent and deprived proceedings in juvenile court.
Keith lives in midtown Tulsa, Oklahoma and works downtown as the Tulsa Fathers Rights Lawyer where he focuses his representation for fathers. Keith is a Board Member of Operation Aware a local non-profit organization educating youths about the risks and liabilities of young adulthood and adolescence.