Ms. Dalrymple’s practice focuses on complex litigation and dispute resolution in the areas of water, environment, utilities, products liability, corporate fraud, and employment law. She has significant experience in multi-district litigation and class actions and has represented clients before federal and state courts and administrative agencies.
Ms. Dalrymple spent fifteen years in private practice in Oklahoma representing corporations in the health care, oil and gas, utilities, pharmaceutical, automotive and manufacturing sectors. In 2007 she relocated to India to serve as an executive officer and head of litigation in an international legal services corporation, where she provided litigation and corporate law advice and services to Fortune 100 corporations and Am Law 100 law firms. After five years in India, Ms. Dalrymple moved to Mexico where she continued serving American and international law firms in a corporate capacity.
After moving to The Land of Enchantment, in 2017 Ms. Dalrymple joined the Litigation and Adjudication Program of the New Mexico Office of the State Engineer and then the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission, where her primary responsibility was lead agency counsel in New Mexico’s interstate water litigation in the United States Supreme Court.
George Washington University Law School
Juris Doctor, 1992
George Washington International Law Review, Member
Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Arts cum laude in Medieval Studies
Licensed to practice law in New Mexico and Oklahoma
Professional Memberships and Activities
American Bar Association
New Mexico Bar Association
Oklahoma Bar Association (Client Security Fund Committee)
Tulsa Women Lawyers Association (Two-time President)
Leadership Tulsa Alumna
Leadership Harrisburg Alumna
Six Sigma Certified