Oklahoma Bar Association

1901 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73152

The current Oklahoma Bar Association was created by the Rules of the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 1939, although it was preempted by the Oklahoma and Indian Territory Bar Association formed in 1904. Membership in the bar is required to practice law in the state of Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Bar Association strives to foster and maintain high ideals of public service, conduct, integrity, competence, and learning in the legal profession, provide a forum for discussion of pertinent law reform, and assist the courts in carrying out and advancing the administration of justice. Additionally, the bar seeks to harmonize legal practices with the public's best interest.

Gary Ackley
March 27, 2023
Jessica Arthur
March 20, 2020
Matt Ballard
September 28, 2021
Rebecca Boyer
August 1, 2022
Max Cook
April 23, 2023
Heather J. Cooper
May 4, 2017
Jennifer Crabb
August 1, 2022
James English
November 9, 2022
Kevin Etherington
November 28, 2022
March 9, 2017

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