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Outstanding Oklahoma Attorneys for 2021

When it comes to choosing the right attorney to represent your case, there is more to consider than just their experience and specialty.

By: Alex Sanders | May 2021

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Should you go with a large firm, a medium size, or a small law firm? No matter the size, when it comes to your needs, the law firm should be able to meet them. You should work with attorneys who are invested in you and will provide individualized attention.

These outstanding Oklahoma City and Tulsa law firms in Oklahoma are being recognized for their contribution to their clients and their local community.

Hammons, Hurst & Associates - Oklahoma City, OK

For more than forty years, Founder/Partner, Mark E. Hammons, Sr. has devoted himself to protecting the rights of employees who are victims of discrimination and harassment. With a proven track record of holding employers accountable, the attorneys at Hammons, Hurst & Associates in Oklahoma City provide effective and ethical representation for employment law litigation. They represent individuals across all lines of work who are the subjects of illegal discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation, as well as employees who have been denied unemployment benefits.

Hammons, Hurst & Associates has earned the respect of judges, former clients, and the opposing lawyers in court. Its attorneys are experienced in representation of federal employees in Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) matters, representation before School Board, Nursing Board, Medical Board, and Dental Board. Practice Areas include employment law, sexual harassment, disability discrimination, age discrimination, race discrimination, gender discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, denial of overtime pay, wrongful termination, appeal of unemployment benefit denials, and Family Medical Leave Act violations.

Founded by Mark Hammons, the Oklahoma Employment Lawyers Association (OELA) is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to further the education of attorneys who practice employment law, specifically plaintiff’s cases. OELA conducts seminars and meetings for lawyers across the state, and seeks to make sure that victims of discrimination receive the best available representation.

Mark Hammons served as President of the Oklahoma Employment Lawyers Association, head of the Tenth Circuit affiliate of the National Employment Lawyers Association, and Oklahoma State Representative (three terms from 1972-1978). Hammons was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Oklahoma, the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Northern, and Western Districts of Oklahoma, the Northern District of Texas, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, The U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Mark E. Hammons, Sr. was selected to the Super Lawyers List for fourteen consecutive years, placing him in the top one percent of attorneys selected in the state of Oklahoma.

Amber L. Hurst, Partner, received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 2006, and is a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association, and the Oklahoma County Bar Association. She is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Oklahoma and the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Northern, and Western Districts of Oklahoma. Hurst is the President of the Oklahoma Employment Lawyers Association and is the winner of the 2005 Fenelon Boesche Summer Write-On Competition Award.

Lindsey Law Firm, P.C. - Tulsa, OK

Trial Attorney Edward G. Lindsey serves individuals, families and businesses throughout northeast and central Oklahoma. Mr. Lindsey’s diverse litigation practice is in criminal defense, family, personal injury, professional malpractice, lender liability and bad faith law.

Edward G. Lindsey listens to every client without judgment and explains the law, the client’s rights and options to be able to make the right decisions. Mr. Lindsey understands that people are misunderstood from time to time and good people make mistakes. His clients get real-life representation from someone who can connect with them and explain what they need to know in layman’s terms.

Upon graduating from law school Mr. Lindsey’s colleagues scrambled to find jobs at major Oklahoma law firms while he was confident in his ability to start and run his own private practice. He borrowed start-up capital, began acquiring clients, and tried and won his first case within three months. Although many said it could not be done, Edward G. Lindsey never looked back and his clients have continued to trust him and his professional acumen in their times of greatest legal need.

Edward G. Lindsey also serves as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Oklahoma State University, to which he designed the curriculum for two courses, “Business Ethics and the Law” and “White Collar Criminal Law.” When not practicing law or teaching, he spends time with his family. Mr. Lindsey has found that life experiences as an attorney, university professor and coach, husband, parent, and business owner allowed him to connect more meaningfully with clients and to be a better lawyer.

Associate Attorney, Chandler Moxley focuses on business and medical marijuana consulting, civil law, and family law. A University of Tulsa College of Law graduate, Chandler started working with Ed Lindsey as an intern in 2018 and upon passing the bar, became an Associate Attorney of the firm. When not practicing law, Chandler gives back to the Tulsa community through working with the Junior League of Tulsa and serving as an adviser on the Kappa Delta Chapter Advisory Board.

Lindsey Law Firm’s practice areas are:

Criminal Law

Sexual assault, sexual battery, aggravated assault, murder and manslaughter, parole and probation violations, expungements, traffic tickets, drinking and driving offenses, drug crimes, possession, distribution and trafficking, illegal possession of firearms, theft and robbery.

Family Law

Divorce, child support, child custody, visitation rights, property division, spousal support, paternity, business division, domestic violence claims, Department of Human Services issues.

Civil Litigation

Personal injury, lender and bank liability, medical and dental malpractice, professional negligence, consumer law, consumer fraud, wrongful foreclosure, insurance bad faith claims. showcases thousands of incredible businesses in more than 300 industry categories that are located in over 100 major U.S. cities. The Outstanding Local Business Award (OLBA) is given to locally-owned and operated businesses in recognition of their services to the local community and have met all of the Criteria listed on

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