Rachel S. Wyatt

Education

Juris Doctorate
Oklahoma City University College of Law, 2023

Bachelor of Arts in Biology
Indiana University, 2020

Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Northeastern State University, 2018

Admissions

Oklahoma

Rachel S. Wyatt

Attorney

Rachel S. Wyatt was born in Baltimore, Maryland and was raised in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. She attended Northeastern State University where she graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Psychology in 2018. She then went on to attend Indiana University where she graduated with her Bachelors of Arts in Biology, minoring in Neuroscience and Political Science in 2020.

Prior to attending law school Ms. Wyatt spent time working for an Indiana based hospital in medical staff services. In this position Ms. Wyatt created credentialing policies, physician privilege guidelines, and ensured appropriate credentialing of all current and incoming medical staff members.

Ms. Wyatt then went on to attend Oklahoma City University School of Law. Ms. Wyatt was the President of the Health Law Association, Social Coordinator for the Intellectual Property Law Society, and a member of Phi Alpha Delta. Additionally, Ms. Wyatt competed in the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patent Drafting Competition and the University of Maryland Healthcare Regulatory and Compliance Competition. She was also the recipient of two Pro Bono Service Awards and was awarded the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Workers Compensation for receiving the highest grade in the class. After receiving her Juris Doctorate, she accepted a position as an associate attorney at Wiggins Sewell & Ogletree. Ms. Wyatt utilizes her experience in hospital administration and credentialing to specialize in the defense of hospital based claims and has been a guest lecturer at the Oklahoma Association of Defense Counsel regarding hospital practices.

Ms. Wyatt is a member of the American College of Legal Medicine, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Inn of Court, and is the Vice Chair of Marketing and Technology for the American Bar Association Health Law Section.

Wyatt,Rachel and Fairchild, Lauren. “Legal Implications of Assisted Reproductive Technologies- Intestacy, Survivorship Claims Post-Mortem, and Frozen Embryo Custody Disputes” American Bar Association, September 27, 2023.

https://www.americanbar.org/groups/health_law/publications/aba_health_esource/2022-2023/september-2023/legal-implications-of-assisted-reproductive-technologies/