Meet The Attorneys
We provide legal representation of oil and gas operators, banks, credit unions, and other commercial lenders. We provide business formation, estate planning, and probate needs for individuals.
We have more than 105 years of combined experience and have tried over 75 jury cases in State and Federal court. Our experience as litigators and counselors allows us to offer our clients effective representation.
Mike Mordy, Managing Partner
Mike Mordy has been a practicing attorney since 1980, in a wide range of practice experience. He received a BBA from the University of Oklahoma and his JD from the University of Oklahoma City. Mike began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, during his first year out of law school and from there went to work for an oil and gas firm in Oklahoma City. He has practiced law in Ardmore, Oklahoma since 1985. He has trial experience in both state and federal Courts, including over 75 jury trials in both state and federal courts. His practice concentration is in commercial litigation, oil and gas litigation, business litigation, and business transactions. He is a member of the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Western, and Northern districts of Oklahoma and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mike is engaged in community and professional associations. He is the 2021 President of the Oklahoma Bar Association and previously served on the Oklahoma Bar Association Board of Governors for 2004 – 2006 and as Vice President of the OBA in 2008. He has served on the Board of Trustees of the Oklahoma Bar Foundation as well as on the State of Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Committee from 2013 – 2019 and presided as Chairman in 2019.
He is an active member of First United Methodist Church and serves on the Board of Directors of the Ardmore Habitat for Humanity. Mike is also a past member of the Board of Directors of the Ardmore YMCA and trustee of the Southern Oklahoma Memorial Foundation.
Carrie Pfrehm, Partner
Carrie joined Mordy, Mordy, Pfrehm & Wilson in 2008. Her practice areas are primarily focused on the areas of bankruptcy, collections and foreclosures, real property and contract law, estate planning, probate, and general litigation.
Prior to joining the law firm, Carrie graduated with honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. During her time at the University of Oklahoma, she was on the Dean’s List and earned academic achievement awards in Intellectual Property Law and Patents.
Since graduation, Carrie has been admitted to the Oklahoma Bar as a well as the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma and the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, as well as Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts. She is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and Carter County Bar Association, and served as vice president of the Carter County Bar Association in 2014.
Carrie is an active member in the community and volunteers frequently for non-profit organizations. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Family Shelter of Southern Oklahoma, spending the past two years in the role of President. She is currently President of the Ardmore Family YMCA, in addition to her service with the Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma and Girls on the Run. She also has been a guest speaker to law students regarding the practice of law in smaller towns and volunteers her time speaking to secondary school age children regarding a career as an attorney and various legal topics.
Brad Wilson, Partner
Brad joined Mordy, Mordy, Pfrehm & Wilson in 2010. His practice areas are focused on collections and foreclosures, real property and contract law, oil and gas law, oil and gas and real property title examination, estate planning and probate.
Prior to joining the law firm, Brad graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Biology and then obtained his juris doctorate from the Oklahoma City University School of Law. During his time at the Oklahoma City University School of Law, he earned academic achievement awards in Oklahoma Land Titles and Estate and Gift Taxation.
Since graduation, Brad has been admitted to the Oklahoma Bar Association as a well as the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma. He is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and Carter County Bar Association, and served as President of the Carter County Bar Association in 2014. In addition to legal practice, Brad previously served as the Municipal Judge of the City of Ardmore for two years.
Brad is an active member in the community and volunteers frequently for non-profit organizations, including serving on his second six year term on the board of directors for CASA of Southern Oklahoma, where he has previously served as both President and Vice-President of the Board, as well as being a board member of the First United Methodist Church Preschool. He is active with the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Attorneys in Schools program, serving as a speaker to area middle and high school students regarding civics, government and the legal field.
In 2021, Brad was appointed by Oklahoma Governor, Kevin Stitt, to represent the Oklahoma Bar Association as a Member of the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth.
Conner Dunn, Attorney
Conner joined Mordy, Mordy, Pfrehm & Wilson in 2022. His primary areas of practice include estate planning, probate, real property, and general litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Conner attended Oklahoma State University, graduating with a degree in Political Science. Afterward, Conner obtained his juris doctorate with distinction from the University of Oklahoma School of Law, being named to the Dean’s Honor Roll and awarded the Kelly Beardslee Criminal Defense Award for outstanding service with the University of Oklahoma Legal Clinic.
Throughout his academic career, Conner has dedicated himself to volunteer service in his hometown of Sulphur, Oklahoma, working with Service Over Sulphur, the Murray County Food Pantry, and the Chickasaw National Recreation Area.
Since graduation, Conner has been admitted to the Oklahoma Bar Association and remains dedicated to serving clients across Southern Oklahoma.