Tyler Wilson is an associate attorney at National Litigation Law Group. Prior to working with NLLG, Tyler worked with the Velie Law Firm as an immigration attorney. He also worked with international companies and helped them to set up offices in the United States, transfer high-level executives to the United States, and helped international investors to create companies in the United States. Additionally, Tyler worked with numerous professional athletes and coaches in obtaining U.S. visas for them, including internationally ranked tennis players, NFL Pro Bowlers and world-class rugby players. He also worked with professional sports teams from the NFL, NBA and MLB to obtain visas for their players, coaches, and support staff. As a legal intern, Tyler worked at the Department of Health General Counsel’s office to form his master thesis for his Masters in Public Health over the policy and law concerning long-term care facilities in Oklahoma. In that capacity, Tyler also worked at the Resolution Legal Group, where he focused on HIPAA compliance and regulations, and assisted the managing partner to ensure that companies and organizations were HIPAA compliant.
When not working for clients, Tyler enjoys playing competitive tennis, working out, running, watching sports – most notably anything Oklahoma Sooners, Dallas Cowboys and Boston Red Sox, or playing with his two dogs.
PREVIOUS PRACTICE AREAS:
Public Health law
BAR AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY:
Treasurer, University of the Ozarks Alumni Board of Directors, 2012-2019
Oklahoma Bar Association, 2015-Present
Oklahoma County Bar Association, 2019- Present
Creek Nation Bar Association, 2015-2017
Last step in the conversion of trehalose to glycogen: a mycobaterial enzyme that transfers maltose from maltose 1-phosphate to glycogen, Journal of Biological Chemistry (2010)
University of the Ozarks, B.S. (Biology), 2011
University of Oklahoma, College of Law, 2015
University of Oklahoma College of Public Health, Master of Public Health in Health Administration and Policy, 2015