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Christopher Lee Garner



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Christopher graduated from Rogers State University with a Bachelor of Science in Justice Administration and a minor in Political Science.  He then attended the University of Tulsa College of Law (TU) and graduated with his J.D. Christopher is admitted to the Oklahoma Bar and the Cherokee Nation Bar.  He is the current Secretary/Treasurer for the Mayes County Bar Association, hold membership with the American Bar Association, Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and is a certified mediator in Oklahoma.  

During his time at TU, Christopher was a Notes and Comments Editor for the Energy Law Journal.  Christopher also participated in the Immigrant Rights Project at the Boesche Legal Clinic where he worked on a variety of immigration cases assisting clients with their U-visa, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and naturalization applications.

After graduating law school and taking the Oklahoma Bar Exam, Christopher moved to Seattle, WA to broaden his professional and personal experience.  During his time in Seattle, Christopher worked as an immigration attorney assisting clients with various matters including: visitor and fiancé(e) visas, marriage and family based green card applications, removal of conditional permanent resident status, asylum, naturalization, and Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) applications and requests for evidence for individuals who applied for status pro se.  

Christopher decided to move back to his home town of Locust Grove, OK so he could be closer to his family and friends and practice law in his home state. At the Antinoro Law Firm, Christopher handles a variety of matters including immigration, family and custody, criminal defense, and personal injury cases. Christopher enjoys working at the Antinoro Law Firm as a smaller firm allows him to take more of a “hands on” approach with his clients and their cases.