About the Tulsa County Bar Association
Whether you're a lawyer or someone who needs one, you're in the right place.
The Tulsa County Bar Association (TCBA) serves as a valuable resource for both legal professionals and Tulsa citizens. We help our members achieve their goals and keep the legal system accessible to all.
WHERE WE’VE BEEN AND WHERE WE’RE GOING
On October 3, 1903, just 10 lawyers met with a goal of creating an organization that would provide “outstanding service for its members and for the community.” Today, we’re more than 2,200 strong.
We pride ourselves on being one of the premier legal service and education groups in the country. We’re continually refining the services we offer to our members and the community. Whether you practice the law or need protection under it, we’re here for you.
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As an organization, TCBA comprises legal professionals of every stripe: lawyers, paralegals, legal assistants, law students, professionals, and more. We’re judges, mentors, advisers, and friends. All members are volunteers, donating their time and resources to support our community.
TCBA offers both in-person and online continuing legal education to help you stay up-to-date. As a TCBA member, you’ll have access to TCBA committees, networking groups, events, and referral opportunities that can take your practice to the next level.
WE’RE HERE TO SERVE
The people of Tulsa deserve fair, just, and appropriate representation in court. We’re here to help you find it.
We fill the legal representation gap by providing assistance to all who need it, including those with limited means. With our lawyer referral program and no-cost fee arbitration, TCBA is here to get you the legal help you need.
HOW WE GIVE BACK
We run the Tulsa County Bar Foundation, which keeps the legal system accessible through its educational and charitable efforts. Join a foundation seminar to learn about your legal rights, alternative forms of judicial process, and dispute resolution.
The foundation also donates to organizations such as Legal Services of Eastern Oklahoma and the TU Law Clinic to ensure that anyone in need of legal assistance has a place to turn, regardless of financial means.
Tami Williams, Executive Director
Julie Rivers, Membership Director
Pamela Adams, Lawyer Referral Services & Resource Navigator
Milly Dunlap, Tulsa Lawyer Magazine
BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Kimberly Moore, President
Kara Vincent, President-Elect
Jim Milton, Past President
Philip Hixon, Vice President
Mike Esmond, Treasurer
Natalie Sears, Secretary
Lesa Creveling, Budget Chair