Stephanie Moser is a partner at Ball Morse Lowe PLLC and co-chair of the firm’s Oil, Gas + Energy Practice Group. She has over a decade of practice in tribal, state, and federal jurisdictions. As a 2008 graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law, she earned her Juris Doctorate and a certificate in American Indian Law from the Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy.
Stephanie has dedicated her career to developing a unique set of skills in federal Indian law and energy law. As an expert in oil and gas title examination and Native American natural resources, she regularly fields questions from clients pertaining to Indian title and jurisdictional issues, as well as development of natural resources in multiple tribal, state, and federal jurisdictions, and real estate transactions involving restricted and trust lands. With this unique combination of knowledge and experience, Stephanie is able to offer this unique skillset to clients seeking to negotiate transactions within Indian country.
Stephanie often volunteers her time to speak at legal events and other professional development seminars to educate members of the legal community about recent developments in Indian law and energy law. By sharing her expertise in how these two complex areas of practice work together, her goal is to empower industry professionals to work together with tribal governments to create new economic development opportunities.
Bar AdmissionsState of Oklahoma
U.S District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma
U.S District Court, Western District of Oklahoma
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit
EducationUniversity of Oklahoma College of Law Norman, Oklahoma
Honors and Awards
- American Indian Law Review (Editor-in-Chief 2007-2008)
- Outstanding 2L American Indian Law Review Candidate (2007)
- Certificate - Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy
- Am-Jur Achievement Awards from University of Oklahoma College of Law in Legal Research and Writing (Spring 2006), Environmental Law (Summer 2006), International Environmental Law (Spring 2007)
- "Beware the Ides of Marchington: The Erie Doctrine's Effect on Recognition and Enforcement of Tribal Court Judgments in Federal and State Courts." 32 Am. Indian. L. Rev. 189 (2007-2008)
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Oklahoma Bar Association
- Energy and Natural Resources Section
- Estate Planning and Probate Section
- Real Property Section