Loyed "Trey" Gill, III

Partner and co-founder of BOND│GILL PLLC, Mr. Gill has combined a strong political background with his legal education and experience to become an effective legal and government relations advocate. He advises clients on a broad range of business, legislative and government relations matters. He earned bachelor degrees in Political Science and Economics at The University of Tulsa before going on to earn a Juris Doctor with a law certificate in public policy. Mr. Gill began his career in Washington, D.C. on the staff of the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. He currently serves as Legislative Counsel to one of Oklahoma’s Native American Nations, in addition to advocating for corporate and association clients in the Courts and at the state capitol. Mr. Gill is active in the Oklahoma Bar Association as a member of the Legislative Monitoring Committee, and the Osage Nation Bar Association as the Secretary. He and his wife, Amy, live just outside of Tulsa with their two sons.​


Admitted to Practice:  Oklahoma Supreme Court, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma, Osage Nation Supreme Court, Chickasaw Nation Supreme Court (Inactive), Absentee Shawnee Tribe Supreme Court.


Education:     University of Tulsa College of Law, Juris Doctor and Public Policy Law Certificate

                            University of Tulsa, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

                            University of Tulsa, Bachelor of Arts in Economics


Professional Affiliations: Oklahoma Bar Association, Member of the Legislative Monitoring Committee, Osage Nation Bar Association; Chickasaw Nation Bar Association.


Community Involvement:  Eastern Oklahoma Food Bank Volunteer; John 3:16 Volunteer; First Christian Church; University of Tulsa Alumni Association, Tulsa Chapter; Sigma Chi Alumni Association, Tulsa Chapter.




Austin P. Bond


Before co-founding BOND│GILL PLLC, Austin P. Bond honed his skills as a trial lawyer at one of Oklahoma’s oldest civil defense litigation firms. He focuses his practice on trust and estate litigation, business and commercial law, Native American law, government relations,  and environmental and real estate law. Austin has earned Certificates from the National Research University in Moscow, Russia, and the US Department of State’s Foreign Service Institute. He worked as an aide on two Presidential elections and the United States Senate, and remains active in public policy matters. In 2011, Austin put his law practice on hold to deploy to Afghanistan as a US Army Infantry Officer and Rifle Platoon Leader where he led his men through fierce combat on the Afghan - Pakistan border and holds the distinction of being the only American Serviceman to be personally decorated by the President of Afghanistan during the Global War on Terror. Austin presently serves as the Vice-Chair of City of Tulsa’s Board of Adjustment, and previously served as the Commander of the Tulsa VFW, a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Rules of Professional Conduct Advisory Committee, and President of the Maple Ridge Neighborhood Association. Austin has been married to his wife Jennifer for 15 years. Together, they have three very active children and a Swiss Mountain Dog.

Admitted to Practice:  Oklahoma Supreme Court, U.S. Federal District Courts for Oklahoma, Osage Nation Supreme Court,  and Kiowa Tribal Court (CFR)


Education:    Oklahoma City University School of Law, Juris Doctor

                           University of Oklahoma, Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Religion and Ethics

                           Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Department of State

                           Officers Candidate School, U.S. Army

                           Infantry Officers Leadership Course, U.S. Army


Professional Affiliations: Oklahoma Bar Association, Osage Nation Bar Association, Tulsa Title & Probate Lawyers Association, and Hudson-Hall-Wheaton Inns of Court alumnus.

Community Involvement:  Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 577, Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice, Oklahoma Army National Guard, Parish of  Christ the King, Maple Ridge Neighborhood Association, Sigma Chi Alumni Association Tulsa Chapter, and the Bishop Kelley Alumni Association.


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