Blake Edward Lynch, JD | Wilburton Attorney

Lynch is a 2009 graduate from the University Of Oklahoma College of Law. Since graduating, Lynch has practiced law in McAlester and Wilburton with a focus on civil and criminal law.  Lynch also practices in tribal court for the Choctaw and Cherokee tribes. Mr. Lynch has been very involved in the local and state Bar association, serving as District 2 chair in the Young Lawyers Division and as Pittsburg County Bar President.

Educational Background:
2006-2009 – University of Oklahoma College of Law (Norman, OK) – Juris Doctorate
2003-2006 – University of Oklahoma (Norman, OK) – Bachelor’s Degree (Communication and Political Science)
2002-2003 – Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (Ardmore, OK)
1999-2003 – Dickson High School (Ardmore, OK)

Career Development:
2013 – Named advisor to the Kirkpatrick Foundation Roundtable on Animal Laws in Oklahoma
2012-present – Judge for the Town of Dewar, OK
2012-2013 – Trustee for the Town of Quinton, OK
2011-present – OBA – Young Lawyers Division – District 2 Representative
2013-14 – OBA Leadership Academy
2012 – Pittsburg County Bar President (Recognized by the OBA as the Outstanding County Bar Association of the Year)
2010-present Committee Chair for the Pittsburg County Bar Association PAWS 5K-9
2009 – Indian Law Certificate from the Indian Law Policy Center at the University of Oklahoma College of Law

Community Involvement:
2011-present – Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership – Oklahoma – Corporate Board Member
2009-present – Assistant Debate and Speech Coach Quinton, OK
2010-present – Director of the PCBA PAWS 5K-9
2013 – Organizer for OBA District 2 Day of Service

Professional Associations/licenses
2012-present – OBA Young Lawyers Division
2009-present – Oklahoma Bar Association
2009-present – Pittsburg County Bar Association

Prior Employment
2013 – Wagner and Lynch, PLLC – Partner
2009-2013 – Pat Layden Law Firm, PC – Associate
2008-2009 – Administrative Office of the Courts – Intern
Miscellaneous Internships:
Oklahoma Corporation Commission
Walker and Walker (Oklahoma City)
Ursa Major (Billing, MT)