THE LAW OFFICE OF

Geoffrey D. Long

 
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WHERE BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT MEET

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MY PHILOSOPHY

THE FOUNDATION

The foundation of my philosophy begins with trust and confidentiality because your legal issues are sensitive and high stakes. When you trust GDL Legal with your business, you know your matter will be handled in the strictest confidence. 

pillars of service

Built on the foundation are five pillars of delivering the highest standards of legal service. 

  1. Unique experience and perspective gained from years of legal service inside government.
  2. Accessibility and mobility to give clients direct access to legal services wherever they are needed.
  3. Timeliness in delivering legal services to clients, so you don't have to wait for results.
  4. Technology that increases the speed and convenience of delivering results.
  5. Communication to keep you informed about your legal services and deliver valuable information that keeps you updated on issues in the industry. 

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Three Easy ways to contact me

  1. Call or Text: (405) 613-3630
  2. Email: geoff@gdl.legal
  3. Fill out the form at the bottom of the page.

About Me

MY NAMe is geoffrey

I have years of experience working inside government agencies providing trusted and competent legal service on behalf of the State of Oklahoma. Some of my experience inside Oklahoma government includes serving the Oklahoma Ethics Commission, the Attorney General, the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission, and the Oklahoma Tax Commission. With that unique experience and knowledge I now serve the people of Oklahoma by providing legal services and counseling in all areas of political, government, and administrative law.


All political power is inherent in the people; and government is instituted for their protection, security, and benefit, and to promote their general welfare...
— Oklahoma Constitution