Andrew Karim brings over thirty years of experience to Harrison & Mecklenburg,
primarily in the areas of general civil litigation and appeals. He has
represented plaintiffs and defendants in a broad array of disputes including
breaches of contract and fiduciary duty, fraud, negligence,
qui tam actions, class actions, and contested probate matters. Prior to joining
the firm, Andrew was a solo practitioner of the Karim Law Office in Oklahoma
City. He continues to serve the needs of both business and individual
clients in matters of litigation, appellate review, uncontested and contested
probate proceedings, quiet title, contracts and general legal matters.
Andrew’s admissions to practice include all state and federal courts
in Oklahoma, the United States District Court for the Northern District
of Texas, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, and
the United States Supreme Court. Andrew has conducted trials for Oklahoma
clients in both Colorado and Missouri, and is a member of both the Kingfisher
and Oklahoma County Bar Associations. He received a Bachelor of Science
degree from Central State University (University of Central Oklahoma),
and his law degree from the University of Tulsa, College of Law.
For many years, Andrew actively served on the Oklahoma Bar Association’s
Legal Ethics Committee and its successor, the Legal Ethics Advisory Panel.
He was also appointed to serve two successive three-year terms on the
Professional Responsibility Tribunal and, during his last year, was elected
to be its Chief Master. Andrew has taught several continuing legal education
seminars in the areas of legal ethics and civil procedure.
Andrew and his wife, Jana, have two sons and a daughter, and enjoy spending
time with family and friends.