Micah Mahdi is a transactional lawyer whose practice encompasses a broad range of business transactions and the general representation of entrepreneurs and businesses in matters involving entity formation and structuring, mergers and acquisitions, operations and governance, formation and structuring, contract drafting and negotiations, commercial finance, and real estate.
As part of her real estate practice, she represents clients in the sale, acquisition, development, and commercial leasing of real property, including ad valorem taxation, title, survey, and other due diligence activities.
In collaborating with both clients and colleagues, Micah draws upon her strong work ethic, understanding and study of human behavior, and the valuable interpersonal skills she developed while working multiple jobs in the legal, hospitality and retail industries while still an undergraduate.
The Texas native earned her bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of North Texas in 2016 and went on to graduate with honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2019. While in law school, she was a member of the Oklahoma Law Review and was named to the Order of the Coif and the Order of Solicitors. She served on the Dean’s Leadership Council, the Dean’s Committee on Diversity & Inclusion, and served as President of the Black Law Students Association. Prior to graduating she was named a Crowe & Dunlevy Diversity Scholar in 2017 and the 2018-2019 Chapter President of the Year by the Southwest Region of the Black Law Students Association, and received an American Jurisprudence Award for academic excellence in Corporate Drafting. Upon graduating she was honored with the 2019 Joel Jankowsky Award, which recognizes the graduating student who exemplifies the highest standard of excellence in leadership, scholarship, and selfless service to others.
In addition to her transactional practice, she now serves as a member of the University of Oklahoma College of Law’s Young Alumni Board as well as its Alumni Diversity Council and prioritizes reaching back into her community to help provide an easier path to success for young people striving for a seat at the table in the professional arena.Download Bio (PDF)
Honors and Awards
Named to The National Black Lawyers’ Top 40 Under 40 (2021)
Professional Organizations and Memberships
- Oklahoma Bar Association
- National Bar Association (Membership Committee)
- Oklahoma City Association of Black Lawyers
- The National Black Lawyers
Civic Involvement and Leadership
- University of Oklahoma College of Law Alumni Diversity Council
- University of Oklahoma College of Law Young Alumni Board