Diana Cupps began her adult life as a soldier in the U. S. Army. While in the Army, she trained as a medical laboratory technician. Upon honorable discharge from the military, Diana attended Central Texas College, earning her associate degree in 2002.
Diana also holds a nursing degree from the Carolyn McKelvey Moore School of Nursing at the University of Arkansas, which she used to focus on emergency room nursing for six years. She obtained certifications in Trauma Nursing, Pediatric and Adult Cardiac Life Support, Neonatal Resuscitation Program, and earned the title of Certified Emergency Nurse. She also earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies with a concentration in psychology and sociology from Oklahoma State University in Tulsa.
Diana earned her law degree from the University of Tulsa College of Law, where she was an active member of the Health & Medicine Society, the Public Interest Board, the Immigration Law Society, the Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law Society, and the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. She was also chosen to represent the College at the National Trial Competition along with four of her peers during her second year. Diana was the first student allowed to participate in the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Family Law Section Trial Advocacy Institute between her second and third years at the College of Law, a privilege that was previously reserved to bar-admitted attorneys.
Diana’s main interest and area of focus in the law is on medical malpractice claims and catastrophic injury cases. She brings a multitude of medical, military, leadership, advocacy, negotiation, and customer service skills to her budding legal profession. Diana is also fluent in Spanish.