Collin A. Duel
Collin Duel is the founding attorney at Duel Law. Collin earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma, and is a practicing attorney throughout the state of Oklahoma.
Collin was born and raised in Guthrie, Oklahoma where he attended Guthrie High School. After graduating from Guthrie High School, Collin joined the United States Army. It was in the military where Collin developed his passion for serving others. After serving over four years in a Special Operations Unit, Collin left the military to continue his service back in Oklahoma.
Collin enrolled as a student at the University of Oklahoma where he went on to graduate with distinction obtaining a bachelor’s degree in International Security Studies with a minor in Middle Eastern Studies. Shortly upon graduating from the University of Oklahoma, Collin pursued his Juris Doctorate by enrolling in the University of Oklahoma College of Law.
As a law student, Collin moved to the courtroom as quickly as he could by obtaining a special license from the Oklahoma Supreme Court which allowed him to appear in Court while being a student in law school. Collin served as a prosecutor intern in the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office for nearly two years while still in law school. Using his intern license, he assisted in the prosecution of major crimes in Oklahoma state court and learned the intricacies of the criminal justice system.
In Collin’s final year of law school, he had the honor of being chosen to represent the University of Oklahoma College of Law on its National Trial Competition Team. Collin and his teammate conducted several full length mock trials from beginning to end. It was his experience on the Trial Team as well as in the District Attorney’s Office where Collin developed the passion for advocacy.
Collin continues his service to others by advocating on behalf of individuals in the various stages of the legal process.
Juris Doctor, University of Oklahoma College of Law
BA in International and Area Studies, University of Oklahoma
The Federalist Society
The Oklahoma Bar Association