Clark Crapster
  • 2005 University of North Texas, B.A., cum laude
  • 2008 Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude
  • Texas Tech Law Review, Articles Editor
Bar Admissions
  • 2008 Oklahoma
Court Admissions
  • Northern District
  • Eastern District
  • Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • United States Supreme Court
  • The Common Sense of Re-Creation: Why Texas Should Close the Door to Expert Testimony on But-For Causation in Litigation Malpractice, 40 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 151 (2007)
  • Caging the 'Parret,’ But Scaring the Parents: Consequences and Remaining Problems in the Employee's Tort Action for Injuries in the Workplace in Light of the Legislature's Recent Abolishment of the Substantial Certainty Test, 82 O.B.A.J. 341 (No. 5, Feb. 12, 2011)
  • Debatable or Not Debatable: A Clearer Test of Qualified Immunity, 88 O.B.A.J. 975 (No. 14, May. 20, 2017)
Professional Involvement
  • Oklahoma Bar Association

Clark W. Crapster


Assistant: Sherri L. Cottom

Location: Tulsa

P: 918.664.4612

F: 918.664.4133

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Areas of Practice:

Legal Malpractice Defense, Appellate Practice, Insurance Litigation, Civil Rights and Governmental Liability, Employment litigation


Mr. Crapster is an associate at Steidley & Neal’s Tulsa office. After graduating from Texas Tech law school with honors and passing the bar in 2008, Clark began practicing at Steidley & Neal. He focuses primarily on the areas of legal malpractice defense, civil rights and employment litigation. He also focuses on appellate practice in Oklahoma and in the Tenth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. He has obtained favorable rulings in each of those courts. His practice includes oral argument at district courts and at the Tenth Circuit as well. His father, Gary Crapster, joined the firm as a partner after Clark did, and they have enjoyed working together on a number of complex litigation matters at both the district court and Oklahoma appellate level.