Katie Crowley Jimenez is a trial lawyer whose state and federal civil litigation practice is primarily focused on matters affecting the energy industry, including the resolution of contract and royalty payment disputes, seismicity and late interest payment cases, class actions, and lawsuits involving claims of surface damages, pollution, lease cancellation, quiet title, adverse possession, nuisance and trespass, negligence, personal injury, property damage, and products liability.
A portion of Katie’s practice is devoted to representing clients in environmental enforcement actions and litigation involving environmental claims brought by private parties.
Katie earned her undergraduate degree in chemical engineering from the University of Oklahoma in 2018. She went on to graduate summa cum laude from the Oklahoma City University School of Law in 2022, where she served as managing editor of the Oklahoma City University Law Review, earned nine CALI awards for academic excellence, and was the recipient of the Oklahoma Bar Foundation Chapman-Rogers Scholarship and the Oklahoma City University School of Law Outstanding Graduate Award. While in law school, she also worked as a legal extern for the Oklahoma Corporation Commission for one year.
Prior to entering law school, Katie worked for Texas-based Nalco Champion, a supplier of fine chemicals for the petroleum industry, where she trained in refineries and chemical plants to provide chemical treatment and enhanced processes to customers in the oil and gas industry.Download Bio (PDF)
Professional Organizations and Memberships
Oklahoma Bar Association