ADAM W. CHRISTENSEN

Adam Christensen is a fifth-generation Oklahoman. He grew up in Oklahoma City and attended Deer Creek High School. He earned a BS in Zoology and Biomedical Science from Oklahoma University. In 2011, he graduated from Oklahoma City University with a JD and MBA. While in school, he was selected to the President’s List and Dean’s List multiple semesters as well as a member of the Phi Gamma Beta Honor Society and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. He was also selected to be a member of the William J Holloway American Inn of Court and a recipient of the Dean’s Fellowship Award. He interned at the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office in the homicide division and the general litigation department at the Attorney General’s Office.

In addition to Christensen Law, Adam serves as Vice-President with T.S. Phillips Capital Investments where he works with individuals, businesses, institutions and insurance companies, providing objective and comprehensive investment strategies and wealth management solutions. He holds FINRA Series 7 and 66 securities licenses as well various insurance licenses. He is on the Board of Advisors at First State Bank of Elmore City. He has co-authored many articles in the Oklahoma County Medical Society Bulletin dealing with various medical-legal issues. He has been a guest lecturer on legal aspects of the medical practice at the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine as well as

Continuing Medical Education Seminars. Adam was selected to join the 2013-2014 Oklahoma Bar Association’s Leadership Academy. He has volunteered for America’s Heroes Project which provides free legal service to veterans and was a guardian volunteer for Oklahoma Honor Flights where he flew with a group of WWII veterans to Washington DC to show them the new WWII Memorial. He is also a member of the 2013 FBI Citizen’s Academy. Adam serves on the Finance Committee for Positive Tomorrows, a nonprofit school for homeless children in Oklahoma City. He is a graduate of United Way’s Board Serve Program and serves on the Board of the American Red Cross. Adam was one of Oklahoma’s 30 under 30 Award Recipients.

Adam comes from a family of farmers and lawyers. His family still actively farms out in Western Oklahoma. Aside from spending time with his family, his wife Elizabeth and their lab Ace, he enjoys golf, fishing, mountain biking, snowboarding, OU football and Thunder basketball.

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