H. Cole Marshall is a corporate lawyer whose practice encompasses a broad range of business transactional matters, including general business, real estate, corporate governance, healthcare and agriculture. He holds an undergraduate degree in agricultural economics and dedicates a portion of his practice to agricultural law.
Cole is a 2009 honors graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law and was named to the Order of the Coif. While pursuing his Juris Doctor, Cole served as note editor of the Oklahoma Law Review, for which he was awarded the Gene and JoAnn Sharp Award for best law review note. He is the recipient of the Energy and Mineral Law Foundation scholarship and American Jurisprudence awards in Legal Research and Writing and Constitutional Law.
Cole is the author of “Clear as Mud: How Heldermon v. Wright Missed an Opportunity to Clarify Oklahoma’s Murky Water Law,” Vol. 61, No. 4 Oklahoma Law Review (2009).
Prior to entering law school, Cole worked as a business analyst designing and developing business solutions for clients in the Dallas office of Accenture, Ltd., a global business consulting firm.