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Kathryn Walker appointed Interim City Attorney


Interim City Manager Mary Rupp’s appointment of Katheryn Walker as Interim City Attorney was confirmed by City Council at its regular meeting last night.  
Walker has represented the City of Norman as the Frist Assistant City Attorney since 2012. She began her career at the City as an Assistant City Attorney in 2005 and has served the citizens of Norman for the past 12 years.
“The City’s legal staff is one of the most talented groups of municipal lawyers in the state,” Walker said. “I am honored to be selected to serve them during this time of transition.”
After her graduation from the University of Oklahoma Law School in 2004, Walker worked for the Oklahoma Attorney General and in private practice. In 2011, she was recognized by the Norman Chamber of Commerce as one of Norman’s Next Under 40 and currently serves as President of the Oklahoma Association of Municipal Attorneys. 


Interim City Manager Mary Rupp’s appointment of Katheryn Walker as Interim City Attorney was confirmed by City Council at its regular meeting last night.  

Walker has represented the City of Norman as the First Assistant City Attorney since 2012. She began her career at the City as an Assistant City Attorney in 2005 and has served the citizens of Norman for the past 12 years.

“The City’s legal staff is one of the most talented groups of municipal lawyers in the state,” Walker said. “I am honored to be selected to serve them during this time of transition.”

After her graduation from the University of Oklahoma Law School in 2004, Walker worked for the Oklahoma Attorney General and in private practice. In 2011, she was recognized by the Norman Chamber of Commerce as one of Norman’s Next Under 40 and currently serves as President of the Oklahoma Association of Municipal Attorneys.