Spencer Fane attorney Courtney Powell was recently included among The Journal Record’s “50 Making a Difference” list for 2021. This honor recognizes women in Oklahoma for their achievements in their professions.
Courtney was selected for her accomplishments in her legal career and community involvement. She focuses her practice on litigation and helps clients resolve disputes so that they may focus their energies on other matters. She handles a wide range of matters, including, business litigation, employment law, and constitutional law. In the community, Courtney serves as President of the Belle Isle Enterprise Middle School Board of Directors, an officer for the Nichols Hills Enterprise Elementary Board of Directors, mentors students at various elementary schools, and volunteers as a moot court judge.
“For many of us at The Journal Record, it is humbling to read the biographies of the women making a difference,” The Journal Record Interim Editor, Joe Dowd, explained. “Their achievements drive progress in Oklahoma for all of us and are an inspiration to the next generation of women who will take their place.”
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