Brady Lippoldt is an Associate with Elias Books who focuses his practice on matters and litigation relating to state and local taxes, oil and gas, and wind and renewable energy.
Brady grew up in El Reno, Oklahoma and played baseball at Rose State College. He then earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics at the University of Oklahoma in 2019. Brady went on to graduate cum laude from Oklahoma City University School of Law in 2022, where he served as Executive Editor of the Oklahoma City University Law Review and earned CALI awards in Legal Research and Writing and Pretrial Litigation.
When Brady is not assisting clients, he enjoys watching sports, playing golf, traveling, and spending time with his wife and their dog, Poncho.
2022 – Juris Doctor, Oklahoma City University School of Law
• Cum Laude
• Executive Editor, Oklahoma City University Law Review
2019 – Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics, University of Oklahoma
2022 – Oklahoma
2023 – Arkansas
Mineral Lawyers Society of Oklahoma City
Oklahoma County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Board of Directors