Chuck Parrish graduated law school in 2010 from the University of Tulsa. After successfully completing the bar exam, he was admitted to practice in in September of 2010.
Prior to attending the University of Tulsa, Chuck attended Washington State University, where he earned a Master’s Degree in Foreign Languages and Cultures. During his course of study, Chuck taught a variety of lower and upper division Spanish courses. Chuck graduated in 2004, and continued teaching Spanish courses after graduation.
Chuck earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma in 2002, majoring in Foreign Languages.
Prior to enrolling in college, Chuck lived in Argentina, where he developed a deep love for the Spanish language, the cultures and the people of Latin America.
Chuck is bilingual, completely fluent in English and Spanish. Chuck is able to communicate directly with his Spanish-speaking clients without the need of an interpreter.
Since being admitted to the practice of law in 2010, Chuck has successfully handled thousands of cases, primarily focusing on family law, criminal law and immigration cases.
Although Chuck is admitted to practice in the district court of all 77 counties within the State of Oklahoma, all municipal courts within the State of Oklahoma, and the Muscogee (Creek) Nation District Court.