Oklahoma Bar Association
The Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA) was formed in 1904 and every attorney in Oklahoma is required to join the OBA in order to practice law in the state. The OBA not only provides several benefits to its members but it is also responsible for processing complaints against lawyers who have committed ethical violations.
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For members, the Oklahoma Bar Association provides various benefits. The OBA has over 17,000 members and about 15,000 are active. For these members, the association provides numerous networking events, continuing legal education seminars, and various committees.
The Oklahoma Bar Association has committees that focus on not just specific areas within the law but also on general interests and relief programs. For example, the OBA has a Bench and Bar committee, Disaster Relief committee, Diversity committee, and Law Day committee.
Contact the Oklahoma Bar Association
1901 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Contact: Online Contact Form for the Oklahoma Bar Association