At a national, regional, state and city level, lawyers in Oklahoma join legal organizations and bar associations for a variety of reasons. These organizations provide important networking opportunities, access to legal publications, and discounts on quality CLE seminars.
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One of the goals of the Oklahoma Bar Association is to protect the public. To accomplish this goal, the OBA Office of the General Counsel investigates complaints against lawyers and prosecutes lawyers who have committed ethical violations. The OBA also maintains a list of attorneys in Oklahoma who have been disbarred. The OBA also offers law-related educational programs and provides basic legal information for consumers on its website. The OBA is governed by a 17-member Board of Governors who are lawyers elected by bar members. As an arm of the Oklahoma Supreme Court, the oBA does not receive any appropriations from the Oklahoma Legislature.
Oklahoma Bar Association
1901 N. Lincoln Blvd.
PO Box 53036
Oklahoma City, OK 73152
Logo of the Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
The Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (OCDLA) was formed in 1976 by a small group of attorneys working in Oklahoma City. Today, the OCDLA has more than 500 members including private attorneys and public defenders in every county in the state. The organization is Oklahoma's largest organization devoted exclusively to helping attorneys practicing criminal defense.
Logo of the Oklahoma Association for Justice
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 Oklahoma Bar Association does not sponsor a Lawyer Referral Service. Instead, it maintains an online directory called the "Oklahoma Find A Lawyer" directory. The directory does not contain a complete listing of all Oklahoma lawyers. Instead, you can search the online directory by practice area, city, county, name, or language. The only county-level bar association in Oklahoma that does sponsor a Lawyer Referral Service is the Tulsa County Bar Association (TCBA) in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Attorneys in Oklahoma have many choices when it comes to joining voluntary bar associations and non-profit legal organizations. These organizations can help an attorney improve their practice and network with other attorneys.
This list of voluntary bar associations in the State of California was last updated on Tuesday, February 16, 2016.. If you have an update or correct, please conduct us at email@example.com.