Paralegal / Office Manager
Jacy Graduated from El Reno High School in 1991. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice in 1994, and a Master’s Degree in Legal Studies from George Washington University in 2014. In her more than 25 years of legal experience, she has worked for firms that specialize in Business Law, Corporations and Contracts.
In addition, she was with a firm that specialized in Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice and Workers Compensation until 2004. During that time, Jacy worked on the personal injury cases that required putting together demand packages to the insurance companies; participated in settlement negotiations with the insurance companies, medical providers, health insurance companies, Medicare and Medicaid, along with settlement of property damage issues.
In March of 2004, Jacy joined the Fogg Law Firm as Richard’s “go-to-girl”. During that time, Jacy has committed most of her time working with the probate/trust administration files, and personal injury files. In her spare time at work, she spends time with the firm’s clients, either on the phone or in the office, answering their questions about their case.
Currently, Jacy lives in El Reno with her husband, Scott, and their two sons. She also volunteers her time for local businesses, El Reno Public Schools and El Reno sports programs.
Emilie joined the Fogg Law Firm in 2008. She is one of our paralegals who works mainly in the areas of Probate, Guardianship, Estate Planning, Real Estate, and Oil and Gas. She attended Canadian Valley Technology Center, where she obtained certifications in Graphic Design and Business Office Management. Prior to joining our firm, Emilie was employed by the Canadian County Court Clerk’s office. She has brought to our firm a broad range of experience, along with her fun and cheerful attitude. Her caring personality is a great asset to our firm, in that Emilie genuinely wants to help each client she is privileged to serve. Emilie personally assists Mr. Fogg and Mr. Deaton with Legal Administrative and Secretarial support. She meets with the attorneys and our clients both in-person and over the phones, and helps walk our clients through understanding their legal issues. She has a personal feeling of accomplishment when she can help a client solve a problem, or get through a difficult time.
On a personal note, Emilie lives in Yukon with her husband and their two children. She enjoys spending time with friends, and fills a large portion of her time during the summer months at the lake with her family, where she enjoys wake boarding, and other water sports. Emilie also enjoys gourmet cooking, and is interested in health, fitness and nutrition.
Katie Reed attended Minco High School, where she graduated in 2015. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business with an emphasis in management from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in 2019. Katie was inducted as member in several honor societies throughout her college career, graduated Summa Cum Laude, and was a finalist for the Distinguished Graduate Award.
Katie joined Fogg Law Firm in 2017 as a part-time receptionist while she attended college. She has quickly learned the ropes and is now a full-time legal assistant, helping Fogg Law Firm’s attorneys and making sure clients are well cared for.
When she isn’t working, Katie can be a little hard to find. Passionate about travel, Katie has taken a solo-trip to Barcelona, Spain, traveled all over Italy through a school-organized program, and is known for spontaneous road trips on the weekends. Other hobbies of hers include hiking, horseback riding, cooking, and attending festivals and concerts.
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