Tina M. Crow Halcomb is a 1992 graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She served as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. Theodore McMillian at the United States Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit upon graduation. She then served two years as a staff attorney for Legal Aid of Western Oklahoma, representing indigent clients in consumer and landlord-tenant matters. After the Oklahoma City bombing, she served as a volunteer lawyer to those affected by the bombing. Soon thereafter, she relocated to Jefferson City to serve as assistant attorney general for then-Attorney General Jay Nixon. Ms. Halcomb often acknowledges the tragic events that brought her to Missouri and yet is grateful to have established herself in Jefferson City and now considers Missouri her home. After eight years in the Attorney General’s Office, Ms. Halcomb – a mother of two small children – entered private practice. She is now the owner of the Tina M. Crow Halcomb, L.L.C., where she represents several state agencies in their disciplinary proceedings, and represents clients in family law, criminal law and administrative law matters. Personally, Ms. Halcomb has been fighting breast cancer since 2010, when she was first diagnosed. Though she now has stage IV breast cancer, she has stopped neither her practice nor her volunteer work. She serves on the Parent Teacher organizations at each of the two schools her children attend and serves as chair of the Lawyer Referral Service Committee for The Missouri Bar. She is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education courses and a contributor to Missouri Bar publications. In addition, she is a member of the Cole County Bar Association.
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