Paige Oku has professional experience in advising cannabis start-ups, drafting cannabis business contracts, and cannabis business negotiations. Paige also has experience in general transactional law, civil litigation, insurance coverage disputes, premise liability, breach of contract disputes, and other civil matters.
Originally from a rural community in Northern California, Paige received her B.A. in Business from Arizona State University and attended law school at The University of Oklahoma College of Law. Paige received multiple awards from the American Indian Graduate Center for scholarly achievements in Native American coursework and involvement in the areas of tribal governance, federal Indian law, and the intersection of law and Native American natural resources during her time at OU College of Law.
While in law school, Paige was active in leadership roles including the Board of Governors, the Native American Law Student Association, and the International Human Rights Clinic where she studied systemic problems indigenous populations experience. Paige interned at Oklahoma Indian Legal Services (OILS) and at the Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group (OMAG) where she collaborated with the Risk and Legal Department. She was also a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).
Paige is a Citizen of the Cherokee Nation and has a keen passion for business and economic growth, particularly in the context of tribal governance and implementation.
State of Oklahoma