Robert Giles is both a lawyer and an engineer. Earning his Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma he began his career as an engineer and has real world business and engineering experience. In his early career, he worked in oil and gas acquisitions and bought or sold over $250 million in assets around the world. He also has over thirty years of legal experience. Robert earned his Law Degree from the University of Tulsa. While attending law school at night, he raised a family and worked as the Vice-President of a local oil and gas company. Robert has experience in state and federal civil litigation, real property litigation, business litigation, business transactions, adult guardianships, elder financial abuse, civil mediation, family law, and family law mediation.
Robert is the father of three young men and has four grand children and one more due in April of 2023. Robert is married to his best friend, Joyce. Joyce has two children and two grand children.
Robert and Joyce both love ice hockey. Robert coached youth ice hockey in Tulsa for over 20 years. Robert and Joyce like to travel and they love to fly fishing. Robert can be found cycling around Tulsa at 20 – 40 miles per day. They attend Life Church. Robert is a 32nd Degree Mason and a Shriner. Joyce is a former elementary art teacher and para-legal. She now works with Robert full time.
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Attorney Robert Giles and Joyce Giles
Robert is licensed to practice in the State Court of the State of Oklahoma. Robert is also licensed to practice in the United States Supreme Court and the Northern, Eastern and Western Federal Districts of Oklahoma. Robert brings all of his life, law, and engineering experience to the table. He solves problems, and has been described by his peers as ‘relentless.’ He does not quit.
Joyce received a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Tennessee and completed a year of law school at SMU.