Zachary T. Cabell
Zachary T. Cabell is an associate attorney with Barber & Bartz. He graduated from Oral Roberts University with a degree in Finance in 2000. After graduation, Mr. Cabell worked for three years as an accountant for a corporation in Tulsa, and thereafter attended law school full time. While a law student he interned for Legal Aid, a District Judge, and also Barber & Bartz. He also served on the Energy Law Journal and competed on the National Trial Competition team, as well as the Board of Advocates for the University of Tulsa. In 2005 he received his Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of Tulsa. Mr. Cabell was admitted to practice law in 2005. Mr. Cabell had worked with the Tulsa County District Attorney’s office as an intern since 2004, and after graduation was employed as an Assistant District Attorney for Tulsa County. During his three years as an Assistant District Attorney Mr. Cabell prosecuted all types of criminal cases, including misdemeanors, domestic cases, juvenile cases, and felony cases. While an Assistant District Attorney he also served as a liaison to the Tulsa Police Department’s Fraud and Forgery division and served on the sex crimes team.
Mr. Cabell is a member of the Tulsa County Bar Association and the Oklahoma Bar Association. He focuses his practice in the area of Family Law and General Civil Litigation.
I was born in Ponca City, Oklahoma on December 15th, 1977. My parents moved to southern Georgia shortly afterwards, and I grew up in the deep south. I graduated from North Florida Christian High School in Tallahassee, Florida in 1996, and came to Tulsa to attend ORU on a scholarship. I met my wife during my freshman year at ORU and was ecstatic when she accepted my marriage proposal. We were married a year later. We have “put down roots” and have been blessed with two daughters and three sons: Savannah, 7; Addison, 6; Landon, 3; Logan, 2; and Ezekial, 2 months.
I had always wanted to attend law school. My wife was gracious enough to support my ambitions and facilitate my completion of my J.D. in just two and a half years. My time at the District Attorney’s office was very rewarding, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It gave me the experience I needed to handle court room trials.
My wife and I are, of course, quite occupied with raising our three small children, and are also very involved in our church. We attend Believers Church of Tulsa and currently lead a small group there.