How much do lawyers charge in Oklahoma?

The typical lawyer in Oklahoma charges between $124 and $443 per hour. Costs vary depending on the type of lawyer, so review our lawyer rates table to find out the average cost to hire an attorney in Oklahoma.

Practice Type Average Hourly Rate
Administrative $232
Appellate $264
Bankruptcy $287
Business $257
Civil Litigation $240
Civil Rights/Constitutional Law $165
Collections $228
Commercial/Sale of Goods $240
Construction $171
Contracts $198
Corporate $242
Criminal $230
Elder Law $243
Employment/Labor $225
Family $242
Government $193
Immigration $235
Insurance $169
Intellectual Property $358
Juvenile $175
Mediation/Arbitration $443
Medical Malpractice $187
Personal Injury $180
Real Estate $274
Small Claims $203
Tax $235
Traffic Offenses $271
Trusts $240
Wills & Estates $251
Worker's Compensation $124

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About Clio’s Hourly Rate Data for Lawyers (Updated 2021)

Clio's hourly rate data is based on aggregated and anonymized data from tens of thousands of legal professionals using Clio. Each year, this data is analyzed and published within the Legal Trends Report, which provides ongoing, in-depth research into the most pressing issues faced by legal professionals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the hourly rate of a lawyer in Oklahoma?

The average hourly rate for a lawyer in Oklahoma is between $124 and $443 per hour.

How much does a family lawyer charge in Oklahoma?

The average hourly rate for a family lawyer in Oklahoma is $242 per hour.

How much does a civil litigation lawyer charge in Oklahoma?

The average hourly rate for a civil litigation lawyer in Oklahoma is $240 per hour.

What is the highest paid type of lawyer in Oklahoma?

Mediation/Arbitration attorneys are the highest paid type of lawyer in Oklahoma, earning $443 per hour on average.

What is the lowest paid type of lawyer in Oklahoma?

Worker's Compensation attorneys are the lowest paid type of lawyer in Oklahoma, earning $124 per hour on average.