'Latent Desire' Leads Brooke Murphy to Presidency of OK-Based Crowe & Dunlevy
Price, Marie, THE JOURNAL RECORD
When Brooke Murphy was a child, in addition to cowboys and Indians, she and three other little girls played court.
"We'd all pound on the table and say 'order in the court' and 'where were you on the night of-?" said Murphy, now president of the Crowe & Dunlevy law firm.
Murphy has been in private practice for 31 years, all with the firm she now manages. She became Crowe & Dunlevy's first female partner in 1981.
Her father, Homer Smith, was a district judge, her grandfather Gomer Smith an attorney and congressman. Her 87-year-old uncle, also named Gomer, is an attorney too, having closed his practice only last year.
Yet, when Murphy applied to law …
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