The Fry & Elder name is growing and gaining momentum in Oklahoma City. The acclaimed firm opened its Fry & Elder Oklahoma City offices in December of 2016 and took a big step forward this past week with the hiring of Latessha Hunter.
Hunter’s hiring gives Fry & Elder Oklahoma City five experienced and accomplished attorneys with Allyson Dow and Hunter practicing full-time out of the Oklahoma City office.
“I’m excited to be a part of Fry & Elder,” Hunter said. “It’s a very well know firm throughout the state and nationally for what they’ve done in the Tulsa area (since 1932). I liked the idea of working with a team of attorneys who are always looking to get better and help one another out. They’re always attending conferences and looking to grow. Fry & Elder is only going to get bigger in Oklahoma City and elsewhere.”
Fry & Elder’s roots date back to 1932 when C. Lawrence Elder began trying and winning cases in Oklahoma courtrooms. Since then, Fry & Elder has only gotten bigger and better. The firm has been named to the U.S. News & World Report’s exclusive Best Law Firms list from 2014-2017. Fry & Elder’s team of 13 attorneys also comprise of arguably the most decorated lineups in the state. They include:
- One of only 19 attorneys in the state to be a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
- Best Lawyers® Lawyer of the Year for Family Law in Tulsa 2016
- The 2016 Oklahoma Family Law Attorney of the Year by the Oklahoma Bar Association Family Law Section
- Five attorneys recognized by Super Lawyers®
- Four attorneys AV® Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
- Three of the past four Oklahoma Bar Association Family Law Section Chairs
- A Cherokee Nation District Court Judge
Like so many other Fry & Elder attorneys, Hunter’s practice is primarily focused on family law, including divorce and child custody. Along with Dow and Hunter, T. Luke Barteaux, Aaron D. Bundy and M. Shane Henry make up the current roster of Fry & Elder Oklahoma City attorneys.