After 25 years with a large downtown Oklahoma City Firm, Ryan fulfilled a lifelong dream by striking out on his own and opening the Wilson Law Firm. His clients enthusiastically came along. Ryan's belief is that the small firm setting will allow  even better personal attention to existing clients, in addition to new ones.

Ryan and his wife of almost 40 years, Cindy, make their home in Edmond, Oklahoma. They have two children--Allie married to Austin, with granddaughter Marie, and Nolan married to Jessie. When not working, Ryan enjoys fishing, golf, cheering on his favorite sports teams, and spending time with family and friends.

Ryan is a frequent speaker for high school graduation commencements, school groups, youth organizations, and church groups. He also provides pro bono legal services for churches, charitable organizations and underprivileged individuals.


Ryan S. Wilson

Professional Biography





  • Top 50 Super Lawyers in Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma Super Lawyers (Business Litigation)
  • Named to Outstanding Lawyers of America
  • Recognized in Best Lawyers in America in the area of:
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Litigation - Labor & Employment
      •   Oklahoma City's 2022 Lawyer of the Year              in Labor & Employment
    • Litigation - Securities
      •  Oklahoma City's 2024 Lawyer of the Year               in Securities litigation
  • Recipient of The Journal Record Leadership in Law Award, 2011

Places of Practice

Ryan has tried cases in state and federal courts in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, as well as in rural county state courts throughout Oklahoma. Additionally, he routinely practices in state and federal courts outside of Oklahoma when clients’ needs require.

He has been successful for both plaintiffs and defendants – having received both large jury verdicts for clients who have been wronged and defense verdicts for clients sued in multi-million dollar cases.

He has represented clients in the United States Supreme Court and the Supreme Court of Oklahoma.

Recent successes include a 2023 multi-million dollar verdict.