Andrew Murphy is licensed to practice law in the state of Oklahoma. He
received his Juris
Doctorate degree, from The Oklahoma City University School of Law, May
1995, graduating with honors.
He also holds:
A Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree
from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, 1989, Cum Laude.
Degree in Applied Science from the Community College of the Air Force.
Technology; Cum Laude, October 1982.
while still attending law school, Mr. Murphy began his career
as law clerk for Israel and Israel, P.C., a highly respected
Oklahoma City law firm. There, he worked on various cases including
personal injury suits, class actions and appellate matters.
In 1996, he was hired by The Payton Law Offices in Muskogee,
Oklahoma. His practice included personal injury, divorce, probate,
corporate and appellate work, conducting jury trials, working on
numerous high value cases, and general firm management.
In 1997, Mr. Murphy was personally selected by Mr. Stephen Jones of
Jones, Wyatt and Roberts, in Enid, Ok., as a team member for the Timothy
McVeigh Defense Team. Mr. Murphy
championed the legal research and
writing on a number of high profile legal issues including: pre-trial
detainee’s rights; live
televised broadcasts of trials versus constitutional protections; and
identification evidence. Additionally he helped manage,
control and index more than a million pages of investigation documents.
Mr. Murphy worked as Staff Counsel for Avalon Correctional Services, a publicly
held corporation. At Avalon, Mr. Murphy expanded his
corporate practice by working on mergers, acquisitions, business
financing transactions, real estate transactions, construction law, and
labor & employment law. One of his many accomplishments was handling the legal work involved in creating the Union City,
Oklahoma juvenile facility. He was employed as in-house Counsel by Employers Resource Group,
Inc. and expanded his practice to include corporate legal issues,
corporate contract, employment and health benefit matters.
In late 1999, Mr. Murphy decided to start
his own law offices. Today, the majority of his practice
involves family law matters to highly complicated business and contract litigation.
He continues to help his clients in corporate, construction,
and collection cases.
From 2004 to 2014, Mr. Murphy proudly served as a JAG Officer with the U.S. Army
AG Reserves Corp. helping numerous American Soldiers defend our
country's freedom by taking care of their various legal matters.ASSOCIATIONS:
U.S. Army Reserve JAG Corp.
PHI DELTA PHI International
ETA KAPPA NU Electrical
Engineering Honor Society.
Order of the Engineer - Engineering Ethics Society.