An Oklahoma City criminal defense firm providing personal, conscientious, and compassionate representation to all our clients and their families.
It is important to hire knowledgable and skilled attorneys who will respond to the client’s needs. At the Blau Law Firm, we will always return phone calls, meet with family members, visit clients in custody, and help answer every question. Our goal is to make each of our clients feel that they can contact us, day or night, and that they are fully and completely informed of everything about their case. We ensure that each client walks away feeling like he or she was taken care of in the best possible way.
Your case is likely the most important thing in your life. We work closely with our clients to give them the high-level service and knowledgable representation they need. The Firm’s size allows it to give each client individualized attention from a team of uniquely creative and skilled legal counsel. We pride ourselves on achieving rare results.
The Firm was founded on the principle that a boutique litigation practice is capable of providing the best legal representation in court at any time. Will you pay more for the firm to represent you? Of course. But it comes back to the fundamental question of how important it is to win your case. While our rates are competitive for the level of service we provide, it is a fact that the highest quality representation takes time, commitment, and passion.
It’s your future. It’s your freedom. Contact us.
Ed Blau began his legal career in the Oklahoma County Public Defender’s Office, where he saw first-hand the devastating effects of drug addiction and mental illness in his clients. After the public defender’s office, Mr. Blau moved to the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s office, where he prosecuted every type of felony charge, including First Degree Murder. In addition, Ed Blau served as the chief prosecutor of Oklahoma County’s Drug Court and Mental Health Court, working with Oklahomans in their struggle to overcome those issues which invariably led to their involvement in the criminal justice system.
B.A. in Political Science, Minor in Business from The University of Oklahoma, 2001
J.D. in Law from The University of Oklahoma College of Law, 2005
Mental Health Courts, Published 78 OBJ 2823 (November 3, 2007)
Professional Memberships and Accolades
Oklahoma Super Lawyers Rising Star
National Top 100 Trial Lawyer
Member of the Bar of the State of Oklahoma, all three Federal District Courts of Oklahoma, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Life Member
Member of the National College for DUI Defense
Oklahoma Bar Association
Oklahoma County Bar Association
Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Oklahoma County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Federal Bar Association
Barrister in the William J Holloway Jr. American Inn of Court
Lawyers Helping Lawyers
Oklahoma Heritage Association 2nd Century Board Member
Lyric Theatre Understudies
Allied Arts Catalyst
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Oklahoma Board Member
Walter is an associate at the Blau Law firm, who practices criminal law in State and Federal Courts in Oklahoma. A graduate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, he served as the Managing Editor of the American Indian Law Review. Walter attended undergrad at Texas Tech University, majoring in political science and minoring in international studies. Before attending law school, Walter severed as an Intelligence Analyst in the United States Army for four years, which includes a deployment to Iraq.
Monica Ilang is the office manager/paralegal at the Blau Law Firm, PLLC where she communicates with clients, drafts and files pleadings, reviews records and documents, and instructs experts and investigators. She is fluent in speaking, reading, and writing Spanish and interprets for Spanish-speaking clients. In addition, she manages all administrative aspects of the office.
Monica’s initial interest in the legal system began in 2001 while working as an intern at the San Joaquin County Courthouse in Stockton, California. As she learned about the law and individual rights, her desire to help others grew as well as her belief that everyone should have effective representation. She moved to Oklahoma in 2004 when her husband enlisted in the Navy and was stationed at Tinker Air Force Base.
Monica received her A.A. in Paralegal Studies from Rose State College. She developed her extensive experience while working as a bailiff for the Honorable Stephen P. Alcorn in the Oklahoma County Courthouse and then as an Executive Legal Secretary for the Non-Cap Trial Division of the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System. After her ten-year career working for the state, Monica moved on to private practice and accepted a position with the Blau Law Firm.
Outside of work, Monica enjoys traveling, attending her daughter’s dance recitals, journaling, and spending time with her family and friends. She is active in the community and has volunteered at Velocity Dance Center and the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank. She currently resides in Yukon with her husband, daughter, and their noble dog. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Katelyn is a graduate of Owasso High School where she was a member of the Forensics Club and on the Varsity Pom Squad. She was a 17-year dance student in ballet, tap and jazz. More recently Katelyn has been a student at The University of Central Oklahoma where she is a senior dual majoring in Forensic Science and Criminal Justice. She has been with the Blau Law Firm since early 2018 as a legal assistant.
Outside of work, Katelyn enjoys traveling and hiking with her dog, Ruger.