Justin B. Munn earned his J.D. from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon in 1998. While there, he earned a Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law.  In law school, Mr. Munn was an Administrative Board Member of the Public Interest Law Project, and the law school’s Regional Moot Court Negotiations Competition team.

Mr. Munn is admitted to practice in all Oklahoma State and Administrative Courts, the Northern District of Oklahoma, and the Cherokee Nation and Creek Nation Tribal Courts. Mr. Munn maintains a civil litigation, with an emphasis in family, domestic, probate and estate planning. He is an active practicing Certified Family & Domestic Mediator, having completed Family Law mediation training with the Mediation Institute (40 hours) and Tulsa County Early Settlement program (60 hours).  He has presented on alternative dispute resolution to the American Subcontractors Association of Oklahoma, and on mediation for the Oklahoma Bar Association’s continuing legal education program.

Mr. Munn serves as a Parenting Coordinator in domestic litigation matters, and has a published opinion related to Parenting Coordinators, Fultz v. Smith, 2004 OK CIV APP 64, 97 P.3d 651, 2004. Mr. Munn is also a panel member with Dispute Resolution Consultants where he serves as a mediator in family and domestic cases.

Mr. Munn has been an active member of the Tulsa County Bar Association, 2000 to Present (Past Treasurer, Fee Arbitration Comm., Alternative Dispute Resolution Comm., Family Law Comm., Past Chair Membership Services Comm., and Exec. Board Member), Oklahoma Bar Associations 1998 to Present (Past, Co-Secretary Alternative Dispute Resolution Comm.). Tulsa County Bar Foundation (Member, Board of Directors, 2015 to present).  Member, Family Court Quality Assurance Panel, Fourteenth Judicial District of Oklahoma, 2012 to Present.   Committee Chair, Tulsa County Family Court Assessment, Quality Assurance Panel, 2017 – Present.  Former Barrister, Hudson-Hall-Wheaton, Inns of Court, 2008-2013.  Oklahoma Bar Foundation, Sustaining Fellow, 2000 to Present.  Tulsa County Bar Foundation, Fellow 2015 to present.

Mr. Munn graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas with a B.A. in Geology and Anthropology, and participated in Archaeological and Geological Field Studies in New Mexico, Arizona and Barbados.

Honors and Awards:

  • Super Lawyers, Rising Star 2010
  • Super Lawyers, 2012-2017
  • Recipient, A Volunteer For Justice Award, Legal Services of Eastern Oklahoma, 2002
  • Power Attorney, by Tulsa Business and Legal News, 2013

Practice Areas

Certified Family & Domestic Mediator
Parenting Coordinator
Business & Commercial Law
Construction Law
Probate & Estate Administration
Estate Planning


Lewis and Clark College Northwestern School of Law, Portland, Oregon
J.D. – 1998
Honors: Certificate in Environmental & National Resources Law

Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
B.A. – 1992
Major: Geology & Anthropology

Professional Associations and Memberships

Oklahoma Bar Association, 1998 – Present
Tulsa Co. Bar Association, 1998 – Present
Creek County Bar Association, 2011 – Present
Cherokee Nation Bar Association, 2012 – Present
Northern District of Oklahoma, 2006 – Present
Oklahoma Bar Association, ADR Section, 2008 – Present, Co-Secretary, 2009 – Present
Tulsa Co. Bar, Fee Arbitration & Grievance Committees, 2008 – Present
Cascia Hall Preparatory School Alumni Board of Directors, 2010 – Present, Treasurer 2011 – Present

Scholarly Lectures and Writings

Presenter, Continuing Legal Education Seminar on Email Etiquette in Today’s Law Practice, American Inns Of Court, Hudson-Hall-Wheaton Chapter, 2012

Presenter, Continuing Legal Education seminar on Establishing / Managing Small Law Office, American Inns Of Court, Hudson-Hall-Wheaton Chapter, 2012

Presenter, lecture on alternative dispute resolution to membership, American Subcontractors Assn. Of Oklahoma, 2011

Presenter / Facilitator, Basic Civil Mediation Training Continuing Legal Education, Oklahoma Bar Association, 2009