Anne Daniel Hawley Attorney

Anne Daniel Hawley focuses her practice on commercial litigation.  She has experience in both state and federal courts.

A proud native Tulsan, Anne graduated early from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 2015.  In law school, she served as an editor on the University of Tulsa Law Review and authored a comment exploring the Food and Drug Administration’s inadequate guidance on the term “all natural” as pertains to consumer food and beverage products.  She received the 2015 Oklahoma Bar Foundation Fellows Scholarship and was awarded First Place in the Edge Law Firm Criminal Law Competition.  Additionally, she served on the University’s Board of Advocates.

After law school Anne began trial work in Oklahoma as a state prosecutor, trying numerous felony trials to jury.  After obtaining her Texas law license, Anne moved to Fort Worth and continued state prosecution until she became the first term Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Jeffrey L. Cureton in the Northern District of Texas.  As one of two legal counsel for Judge Cureton, Anne wrote judicial orders and opinions tailored to a specific analytical and writing style.  She managed the Court’s daily agenda and ensured judicial efficiency for every case on the docket.

In Texas, Anne is a member of the Mahon Inn of Court and the Tarrant County Bar Association.  She serves annually as a trial competition judge for the American College of Trial Lawyers.  Anne is often asked to speak to women’s groups at universities throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex about protecting their legal rights as young women, a topic for which she is passionate.  Anne is also a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Bar Foundation and Women in Law Committee.

Anne lives in Fort Worth with her husband and their two children.


2015: University of Tulsa College of Law
Juris Doctorate

2013: Texas Christian University
Bachelor of Arts Literature/Art History


Bar Admissions

  • Oklahoma
  • Texas
  • Northern District of Oklahoma
  • Northern District of Texas
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