About the Oklahoma County Bar Association
The Oklahoma County Bar Association (OCBA) was organized in 1902 and currently has 2,100 members. The OCBA is devoted to improving the administration of justice and serving the professional community interest of its members. The OCBA is a voluntary incorporated association governed by officers and directors elected by the members.
The OCBA has 16 active committees, 2 sections, 1 division and 2 task forces.
New Admittees (first year of admission) - No Dues
Young Lawyers (within 2 years of admission) - $55
Regular Member - $110
Judicial Member (full-time judge) - Voluntary
Senior Member (70 years or over) - Voluntary
Government Lawyer Member - $70
OWN RECOGNIZANCE PRIVILEGE:
This special privilege allows OCBA members to obtain an own recognizance release for clients charged with misdemeanors in Oklahoma City, Harrah, Choctaw, Village, Nicoma Park, Warr Acres, Bethany and Edmond Municipal Courts. There is an additional $25 fee for this service.