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Matthew L. Christensen received his Juris Doctor from the College of Law at the University of Kansas. He graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts, with a major in History and a minor in Business Administration from the University of Tulsa in 2002. While at the University of Kansas College of Law he served as Articles Editor of the Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy. Prior to attending college, Matt served for four years in the United States Marine Corps.

His main areas of practice are real estate and corporate, commercial and securities.

School Degree Major Graduation
University of Kansas School of Law Law School N/A
University of Tulsa N/A N/A N/A
State / Court Date
Oklahoma 2006 N/A

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