"Practice means to perform, over and over again in the face of all obstacles, some act of vision, of faith, of desire. Practice is a means of inviting the perfection desired." -Martha Graham


Stephanie Moser Goins is an associate attorney with Ball Morse Lowe PLLC.  Her primary areas of practice are oil and gas title examination for the States of Oklahoma and Ohio, as well as Native American law, including probate and approval of tribal trust and restricted Indian real property.  Since her admission to the Oklahoma Bar Association in 2008, Stephanie has worked in private practice on a wide range of civil litigation and public policy issues in federal, state, and tribal jurisdictions.  As a government attorney, Stephanie's experience in public service includes nearly two years as Assistant General Counsel for the Oklahoma State Department of Education, where she provided legal advice and analysis of state and federal education statutes and regulations to the agency’s staff and wrote administrative regulations for adoption by the Oklahoma State Board of Education and the Oklahoma Statewide Virtual Charter School Board.

Bar Admissions

  • State of Oklahoma (2008)
    State of Ohio (2016)
    Chickasaw Nation
    Muscogee (Creek) Nation
    U.S District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma
    U.S District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma
    U.S District Court, Western District of Oklahoma
    U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit


  • University of Oklahoma College of Law, Norman, Oklahoma
    • J.D. - 2008
  • University of Delaware, M.F.A. - 1995
    University of Oklahoma, B.F.A. - 1992

Honors and Awards

  • American Indian Law Review (Editor-in-Chief 2007-2008)
    Outstanding 2L American Indian Law Review Candidate (2007)
    Certificate - Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy
    Am-Jur Achievement Awards from University of Oklahoma College of Law in Legal Research and Writing (Spring 2006), Environmental Law (Summer 2006), International Environmental Law (Spring 2007)

Published Works

  • "Beware the Ides of Marchington: The Erie Doctrine's Effect on Recognition and Enforcement of Tribal Court Judgments in Federal and State Courts." 32 Am. Indian. L. Rev. 189 (2007-2008)

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Oklahoma Bar Association
    • Energy and Natural Resources Section
    • Estate Planning and Probate Section
    • Real Property Section 

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