The Robert G Fry Jr. Center for Trial Studies is now open for business.
After spending over 30 years nestled in the same quaint downtown location, the vaunted Tulsa family law firm of Fry & Elder decided it finally had outgrown that facility earlier this year, and today moved into a renovated, sprawling, state-of-the-art facility in downtown Tulsa to signify the beginning of a new era at Fry & Elder.
The firm’s new office is located at 1630 S. Main Street, and the 5,200-square foot facility will provide ample space – 13 offices and two conference rooms – for a staff that has now grown to seven attorneys and a support staff of six that includes paralegals, project managers and legal assistants.
“This is a big day for the firm,” Fry said. “We literally were working on top of each other. This new office is a testament to how much we’ve grown as a staff, and as a firm. We’re excited, and we’re only going to continue to grow.”
Considering Fry’s longevity, commitment and prowess in Oklahoma family law, it is only fitting that the new office be named after him. He has been an iconic and highly-sought after attorney for over 40 years and is showing no signs of slowing down. Fry further validated himself as arguably the best Tulsa divorce lawyer recently when he was recognized by the esteemed publication Best Lawyers® as its Lawyer of the Year for Family Law in Tulsa for 2016.
Experience the Fry & Elder Difference
The Tulsa family law firm has not only one of the most decorated legal teams in the state, but in the country. Fry & Elder trial lawyers James R. Elder, M. Shane Henry, and Aaron D. Bundy, along with Fry are AV® Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, while T. Luke Barteaux, Henry and Bundy each have been selected as Super Lawyers® Rising Stars™. Fry has been honored as an Oklahoma Super Lawyer® every year since 2007.
Collectively, these five have helped Fry & Elder be named to the U.S. News & World Report’s exclusive list of Best Law Firms for 2015. The firm recently hired attorney Katie Egan and Lorena Rivas to help round out the staff. In addition to Oklahoma, Egan is licensed to practice law in Connecticut and New York, while Rivas is bilingual and will focus on Oklahoma immigration law and family law.
While the firm continues to be known for its excellence in family law, Fry & Elder has grown and expanded its legal reach into Oklahoma criminal law, personal injury law and immigration law services. Contact Fry & Elder today to set up a personal consultation with a proven, experienced and acclaimed Oklahoma trial lawyer.