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The Oklahoma Association for Justice (OAJ) is a statewide non-profit organization for civil trial lawyers who are committed to the preservation of the right to trial in an adversary system.
Established in 1946, the OAJ has a long history of advocating for the rights of the individual in the civil trial system, and for providing educational opportunities to its members.
The OAJ is recognized as a strong force and top contributor in state politics through its political action committee, Citizen for Justice PAC. OAJ’s members include Oklahoma personal injury lawyers and attorney who represent plaintiffs in medical malpractice, product liability, and employment law cases.
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The OAJ can be traced back to 1943. The organization was originally known as the Negligence and Compensation Attorneys Association (NACLA). The organization evolved into the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) was renamed the Oklahoma Association for Justice (OAJ).
The OAJ has created several different types of membership for a regular member and a student member. The dues required for regular members depends on how long the attorney has been in practice and whether the attorney elects for a higher membership level including;
Depending on the attorney's level of membership, the organization offers many benefits of membership including:
The OAJ publishes a quarterly magazine called "The Advocate" with articles on Personal Injury, Medical Negligence, Insurance Litigation, Workers' Compensation, Products Safety, Family Law, and Employment Law. Each year, more than 6,000 copies of the publication are distributed.
Upcoming events sponsored by OAJ include:
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