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Brooke Yarborough

Brooke Yarborough grew up on a cattle farm in Paola, KS. She spent her time reading books and playing softball. Brooke graduated from Paola High School in 2015 as Salutatorian.

Brooke attended Kansas State University (Go Cats!) and graduated in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a Bachelor of Science in Criminology and a Bachelor of Science in Sociology. She volunteered at domestic violence shelters and gained experience working with victims of domestic abuse. Her studies focused on childhood development and drugs and behavior.

After college, she attended Oklahoma City University School of Law and graduated in 2023. After passing the bar, Brooke and Cole opened Yarborough Law Group, and have been operating the business since.

Brooke’s former experience with victims of domestic violence, childhood development, and drugs and behavior grants her valuable insight to helping children and victims of domestic violence or drug abuse with all of her cases. Her knowledgeable and compassionate approach to the hardships in life gives her an advantage to understand each of her clients and their families.

Brooke’s practice area focuses on children and families, and tailors each case to accommodate each family. With Brooke, you can rest assured that you and your family are cared for.



  • Kansas State University, Graduated in 2018
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology – focus on childhood development, 
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminology – focus on drugs and gangs, and 
  • Bachelor of Science in Sociology – focus on youth and crime.
  • 2016 Worked with Psychology Professors in labs doing experiments with heroin and rats to study the effects of addiction. 
  • 2017 Worked with Sociology Professors on methamphetamine use and addiction in rural areas.
  • 2015-2018 Volunteered at domestic violence shelters providing care for children who had suffered from abuse and/or domestic violence.

Law School:

  • 2021 Innocence Project – performed legal research on wrongful conviction cases in an attempt to exonerate wrongfully convicted persons.