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President Susan B. Shields’ remarks from the OBA Swearing-In Ceremony

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Photos: New Board of Governors members and officers sworn in

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From the President – New Year’s Resolutions for the OBA

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January Bar Journal Available – Meet Your Bar Association

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Kick It Forward Program Pays 12 Members’ Dues in 2019

The Kick It Forward Program paid 12 members’ dues for 2019 totaling $3,300. The program was born out of a desire to help fellow lawyers with financial difficulties. With the many economic challenges lawyers face today, it can be a struggle to build up and maintain a legal practice. That’s why the Young Lawyers Division…

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December Bar Journal Available – Opening a Law Practice

Articles regarding starting a law practice, plus Leadership Academy participants and Annual Meeting photo highlights.

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OBA Board of Governors Elections

Susan B. Shields of Oklahoma City will serve as the Oklahoma Bar Association’s president beginning Jan. 1, 2020, following a year as president-elect. Shields is a shareholder with McAfee & Taft and practices in the areas of estate and family wealth planning, estate and trust administration, business planning and charitable organizations. She was born in…

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OBA Annual Meeting Concludes, Bar Business Results Announced

The Oklahoma Bar Association Annual Meeting concluded at noon, Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, after the OBA House of Delegates meeting held at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. Prior to the meeting and pursuant to Article III, Section 3 of the OBA Bylaws, six members were deemed elected to the OBA Board of…

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November Bar Journal Available – Indian Law

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The History of Veterans Day

By Edward Maguire It is difficult for me to comprehend the immensity of this year – the 100th anniversary of the creation of Veterans Day. In 1919, Woodrow Wilson penned out the framework of what was then called Armistice Day. This would later be reclassified by our nation’s Congress as Veterans Day. Our nation was healing from the wounds received in the Great War (what…

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