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Molly Aspan began her legal career at Hall Estill and has focused her practice in the Labor and Employment fields.  Throughout her career, Molly has successfully defended numerous employers in employment litigation and administrative proceedings.  She also regularly advises and counsels many employers on litigation prevention and avoidance, including policy development and implementation, discipline procedures and investigations. 

In 2014, Molly received the Mona Lambird Spotlight Award, which is awarded to five female attorneys in Oklahoma each year who have distinguished themselves in the legal profession. In addition, she has also been named a top 25 female attorney in Oklahoma and a top 50 attorney in Oklahoma by Super Lawyers and has been recognized by Chambers USA as an up and coming attorney.

Molly has received numerous other accolades. She was the recipient of the 2012 Leadership in Law award presented by the Journal Record, a two-time recipient (2009 and 2012) of the James Sontag award presented by the Council Oak/Johnson-Sontag American Inns of Court, the 2013 recipient of the Outstanding Service to the Public award, the 2011 recipient of the Outstanding Young Lawyer award from the Oklahoma Bar Association, and the 2006 recipient of the Tulsa County Bar Association Young Lawyer of the Year award.

Molly has been listed in the Oklahoma Super Lawyer magazine as a Rising Star since 2009 and has been listed as a Super Lawyer since 2013. Further, she has been recognized as a Best Lawyer in Litigation-Labor & Employment, a Labor and Employment Star by Benchmark Litigation, and she has an individual AV peer review rating through Martindale-Hubbell. 

Molly devotes time to various community activities, serving as President of the Junior League of Tulsa from 2017-2018, and as President of Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma from 2018-2020. She is married to Tulsa attorney, Brian Aspan, and they have one daughter.


  • University of Kansas School of Law (J.D., 2003)
  • Fort Hays State University (B.A. in Economics and Political Science, 2000)


  • Oklahoma, 2003
  • Kansas, 2004
  • Oklahoma Supreme Court
  • Kansas Supreme Court 
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Oklahoma
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri
Legal Experience
  • 2003 - Present Hall Estill
Professional Involvement
  • Member, Board of Directors, Foundation for Tulsa Schools 
  • Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Former President and Current Member of the Board of Directors
  • Oklahoma Bar Association (Chair of Young Lawyers Division and Board of Governors, 2010), current Chair, Disaster Legal Services Committee 
  •  Tulsa County Bar Association, Board of Directors; Chair, Law-Related Education Committee (2011-2012); Chair, Labor & Employment Section; Delegate to Oklahoma Bar and American Bar Associations 
  •  American Bar Association, YLD District Representative and FEMA Disaster Legal Services Coordinator for Oklahoma and Arkansas (House of Delegates, 2010)
  • Kansas Bar Association
  •  Council Oak/Johnson-Sontag American Inns of Court (Executive Committee, 2006-present)
  • Member, Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association
Community Involvement
  • Tulsa Executive Association, Member
  • Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa, Former Board Member
  • Junior League of Tulsa, President, 2017-2018
  • Fort Hays State University Alumni Association, Former Board Member
  • Summit Club, Former Board Member
Teaching/Lecture Experience

Ms. Aspan is a frequent speaker at Labor and Employment related seminars, including:

  • Tulsa Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinators Association, Updates in Employment Law, November 2011
  • Association of General Contractors, New Drug Testing Laws, September 2011
  • Oklahoma Safety Council, New Drug Testing Laws, September 2011
  • Bartlesville Chapter, Society for Human Resources Management, "Hiring and Firing," March 2011
  • Tulsa County Bar Association, "Law of the Workplace," November 2008
  • Native American Human Resources Conference, October 2008
  • Council on Education in Management FMLA Update, July 2006
  • Oklahoma Association of Regional Council state meeting, September 2004