Clayton practices in the area of general litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury law. In 2005, Clayton graduated cum laude from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. While at OU, he served as president of his fraternity and treasurer for the University of Oklahoma Young Democrats.
Clayton earned his Juris Doctorate at the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2008. He is admitted before all State Courts of Oklahoma and the Western District of Oklahoma. Clayton is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, Oklahoma County Bar Association, American Association of Justice, Oklahoma Association of Justice, Top 25 Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association, and the National Trial Lawyers “Top 40 under 40.”
Clayton enjoys spending time with his wife and their three boys and three dogs outside of work. If a free weekend occurs from shuffling the kids around to their after-school activities, practices, and games, Clayton is likely found toying around with one of his grills or smokers or at a KCBS BBQ event as a Certified Judge.
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