Murray L. Bristol

Murray L. Bristol graduated from Baylor University with a degree in finance and entrepreneurship where he was named to the Dean’s List. He obtained his law degree from the University of Tulsa in 1993 and was a contributing member of the Energy Law Journal, member of Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity and named to the Dean’s Honor Roll. Mr. Bristol also attended law at the SMU Dedman School of Law and the University of Oxford in England.

After law school graduation, Mr. Bristol served as an assistant district attorney in El Paso, Texas, trying to verdict over 40 cases. Mr. Bristol then entered private practice working for a law firm with offices in Dallas and Oklahoma.  Murray has tried a total of over 150 cases to verdict and litigated hundreds of civil lawsuits.  His 26 years of trial law experience allows him to understand what it takes to win in litigation or if necessary in the courtroom. Murray has successfully represented companies and individuals throughout Oklahoma and Texas in the collection of commercial debt, oil and gas disputes, general breach of contract issues, misrepresentation and fraud as well as post judgment collections.

Mr. Bristol knows how to handle businesses that have not fulfilled their agreement with you or your company.   As an experienced lawyer, he knows the best course of action to recover for your losses in the most efficient and effective manner under the law.

Murray has been a member of the Texas State Bar since 1993, the Oklahoma Bar since 1995 and a member of the US District Court, Northern and Western District of Texas and Northern, Eastern and Western District of Oklahoma.  Murray practices in the fields of Creditors’ Rights, Commercial Litigation, Mechanics Liens, Breach of Contract and Post-Judgment Enforcement throughout Oklahoma and Texas.

Murray is available to discuss any legal issues you may have regarding your business and any potential litigation issues that may be on the horizon.  Contact him at 214.880.9988 for a free consultation or you can email him at: