Specializes in estate planning, elder law, and guardianship matters relating to adults. Ms. Brooks is a certified Legal First Aid trainer for the Oklahoma Community Justice Network and is the primary trainer for new and existing community navigators. Legal First Aid is a training program for frontline staff at community-facing organizations, which certifies caseworkers, screeners and other staff as legal community navigators. As certified community navigators, participants are able to competently recognize legal issues, refer clients to legal resources and advocate for their interests in the legal system. She is a former Equal Justice Works attorney and staff attorney at Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, where she served low-income and senior clients with consumer (Chapter 7 bankruptcy), estate planning, guardianship, family and other elder law-related issues for five years. Additionally, she served as the pro bono coordinator for the Oklahoma City office of Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma. Brooks earned her J.D. as the OCU School of Law with a certificate in wills, trusts, and estates (estate planning) and her undergraduate degree in political science with an emphasis in pre-law. She is an admitted member of the OBA and the Western District of Oklahoma federal bar.