Dues forms are mailed annually beginning the second week in August to current TCBA Members for renewal. If you would like to pay for your TCBA Dues online please follow the instructions in the form on this page. You can complete your renewal online and mail in your payment with invoice. Please deduct the convenience fee from your payment if you choose this option.


(All online payments will include a 2.75% convenience fee at checkout.)

Prefer to pay by mail?
To mail in your membership payment and form follow these steps.

1. Fill out your Membership Form. If you need a form, you may download the appropriate form here

Attorney Membership Form | Paralegal Membership Form | Committee Request Form

Courthouse Access Oath | OR Privileges Oath

2. Total your Dues, Sections, Foundation and any other items you are paying for. Enclose your check, payable to: TCBA.

3. Mail to:

1446 South Boston
Tulsa, OK 74119

4. Questions? Email bethanyl@tulsabar.com or call 918-584-5243  ext 223.

5. We must receive your Membership Form and payment in order to apply your payment and activate your TCBA Membership.

Friday, January 1, 2016, Tulsa County Bar Association will be Closed for New Years Day. Normal business hours resume Monday, January 4, 2016.

Thursday & Friday, December 24th-25th 2015, TCBA Office will be Closed for the Holidays. Normal business hours resume Monday, December 28, 2015.

CLE: Video Replay Schedule December 2015

Our 2015 CLE Video Replay Schedule is here! The schedule is available to download by clicking the link below.

CLE Video Replay Schedule – December 2015

*To see the list of courses and to register online, please visit our CLE Schedule.


Bethany Lyon, Continuing Legal Education Department, (918) 584-5243 x223, bethanyl@tulsabar.com


Lawyers Fighting Hunger will once again distribute Thanksgiving Turkeys and thanksgiving bags that will contain over 30 items on Saturday November 21, 2015 to 750 pre-screened families. The event will take place in the parking lot of Iron Gate Ministries located at 6th and Cincinnati.

Tulsa area attorneys and law firms primarily fund the event through donations. The Tulsa County Bar has also been a continued supporter of the annual event. There are many other groups who help make the annual distribution possible, not just attorneys. There are several area churches who have committed to doing food drives, contributed financially, and have committed to providing volunteers. Arnie’s Bar has again committed to provide 500 hotdogs and 500 hamburgers along with soda, bottled water, and the music. Iron Gate Ministries has helped screen the 750 families by partnering with other agencies such as disabled vet groups, women in recovery, DVIS, Emergency Infant Services, Youth Services, and many more.

Tulsa is hoping to again claim victory this year in the statewide competition with OKC and Norman. Each year the three cities compete for bragging rights on who can raise the highest amount of funds to feed the people in their respective cities. Last year OKC barely nudged out Tulsa. “While we are hoping to again claim bragging rights of beating OKC, Norman, El Reno, and Mustang. The fact is that regardless of who wins, over 4000 families will be able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal this year across the state,” said Hugh M. Robert, of Sherwood, McCormick & Robert, the co-founder of Lawyers Fighting Hunger. Since the inception of the program, over 20,000 families have received a Thanksgiving or Easter meal as part of the Lawyers Fighting Hunger program statewide.

“We are able to do the volume we are in large part due to the Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s partnership with our organization. The Food Bank helps secure the lowest possible prices combined with their purchase power and negotiation skills which allows us to feed more families each year” Robert said.

“This will be our largest event to date and plan on again having face painting, balloon artists, arts and crafts and much more for the entire family,” said Rachel Gusman, co-chair of the Tulsa event. The need in Tulsa continues to increase and with the cuts to the SNAP program, many of the working poor are finding it harder to provide the necessities, let alone a turkey and all the things that go with a Thanksgiving meal. This is even more true this year with the cost of turkey skyrocketing across North America.

Lawyers Fighting Hunger hopes to continue expanding the amount of families served and the number of times we are able to do this in the community but we can only do so with everyone’s support. We are still accepting tax deductible donations either online or by check.


btn_donateCC_LGWe appreciate the support of attorneys and organizations to our mission of feeding the hungry. You can either pay online or mail checks made payable to Lawyers Against Hunger, Inc. and send to the attention of Hugh Robert at 15 W. 6th St., Ste. 2112, Tulsa, OK 74119. Lawyers Against Hunger, Inc. is a 501(C)(3) organization.

About Lawyers Fighting Hunger

Lawyers Fighting Hunger, Inc. is a 501(C)(3), nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting hunger, increasing food security for those in need, and providing support grants to other 501(c)(3) organizations that help fight hunger in Oklahoma. LFH was established in 2011 to raise funds to feed the hungry population in Oklahoma and to provide grants to other nonprofit corporations that help fight hunger in Oklahoma. For more information on Lawyers Fighting Hunger, please call 918-850-0293 or visit www.lawyersfightinghunger.com


Hugh M. Robert




In observance of Veterans Day, the Tulsa County Bar Center will be closed on Wednesday, November 11, 2015. We would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to all who serve and have served in the military!

“Veterans Day is the day set aside to thank and honor ALL those who served honorably in the military – in wartime or peacetime. In fact, Veterans Day is largely intended to thank LIVING veterans for their service, to acknowledge that their contributions to our national security are appreciated, and to underscore the fact that all those who served – not only those who died – have sacrificed and done their duty.” – US Department of Veteran Affairs

Normal business hours will resume Thursday, November 12, 2015.

In observance of Columbus Day, the Tulsa County Bar Center will be closed on Monday, October 12, 2015. We would like to wish you all a happy holiday!

(Normal business hours will resume Tuesday, October 13, 2015.)

Closed in Observance of Columbus Day


Thursday, October 29, 2015 at 6pm

Topic: Sci-Fi Ethics

Credit: 1.0 Hours Ethics

Speaker: Gerald M. Bender, City of Tulsa Legal Department

About Seminar: What to do when everything seems OUT OF THIS WORLD! Memorable and applicable galactic words of wisdom from Yoda, Han Solo and more!

Online Registration

Contact Bethany Lyon, Continuing Legal Education: 918-584-5243 ext. 223


In observance of Labor Day, the Tulsa County Bar Center will be closed on Monday, September 7, 2015. We would like to wish you all a happy holiday!

(Normal business hours will resume Tuesday, September 8, 2015.)laborday

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