Caroline Guerra Wolf has experience in a broad range of practice areas, having assisted with both civil and criminal matters as a judicial clerk for Chief Judge John E. Dowdell of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma. She has a particular interest in American Indian/Native American law and environmental law.
Ms. Guerra Wolf graduated at the top of her class at the University of Tulsa College of Law, earning CALI awards for the highest grades in eleven separate courses. She served as an articles research editor for the Tulsa Law Review, and her own article concerning rural water districts was chosen for publication.
Ms. Guerra Wolf attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Studies and a minor in Hispanic Studies.
Honors & Leadership
Honors & Recognitions
Phi Beta Kappa
Dean John Rogers Scholarship for Law
George Kaiser Family Foundation Teach for America Scholarship
Judge W. Lee Johnson Award
George & Jean Price Award for Legal Reasoning, Authorities, and Writing
Oklahoma Bar Association Outstanding Student Award
Order of the Curule Chair
CALI Awards (Top Grades) – Legal Writing I, II, and III, Torts, Property, Evidence, Civil Procedure I and II, Professional Responsibility, Criminal Procedure: Police Practices, and Native American Natural Resources Law
Community & Professional
Council Oak/Johnson-Sontag American Inn of Court
Federal Bar Association
American Bar Association
Tulsa County Bar Association
Tulsa’s Young Professionals
- Federal Judicial Clerkship, Hon. John E. Dowdell, Chief Judge Northern District of Oklahoma, 2017-2019
University of Tulsa, J.D., valedictorian, 2017
University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, B.A., 2011
- Oklahoma – 2017