Since being admitted to practice in Oklahoma in 2008, Corbin Brewster has accumulated broad experience spanning various areas of law. Corbin's practice encompasses criminal law, civil litigation, personal injury, wrongful death, and civil rights in both state and federal courts.
Corbin is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. From 2017 to 2023, Corbin served as the Chief Public Defender in Tulsa County. In this role, Corbin led an office of 45 attorneys, handling thousands of criminal, juvenile, and civil cases each year. During this tenure, he was instrumental in launching the Public Defender Clinic at the University of Tulsa Law School. Over the years, this legal clinic has provided hands-on, experiential education to dozens of law students and successfully represented hundreds of individuals in the criminal legal system in Oklahoma.
Corbin has a track record of achieving favorable outcomes for clients. Notably, Corbin has tried several criminal cases involving serious charges such as first-degree murder and child sexual abuse, resulting in acquittals. In addition, he has litigated numerous felony criminal cases to dismissal.
In recognition of Corbin's legal advocacy, he was awarded the Jack Dempsey Pointer Champion of Justice Award by the Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association in 2023. He has also received the Presidential Award from the Oklahoma Bar Association's Criminal Law Section.