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Oklahoma Bar Association honors Reid Robison with Neil E. Bogan Professionalism Award

November 14, 2013
Reid Robison with Jim Stuart

Oklahoma Bar Association President Jim Stuart (right) presents Reid Robison with the Neil E. Bogan Professionalism Award. Photo courtesy OBA

McAfee & Taft shareholder and veteran litigator Reid Robison has been honored by the Oklahoma Bar Association with its prestigious Neil E. Bogan Professionalism Award, a distinction given to an OBA member whose conduct, honesty, integrity and courtesy best represents the highest standards of the legal profession. The award was presented during an awards luncheon on November 14, 2013, as part of the state bar’s 109th Annual Meeting at the Sheraton Hotel in Oklahoma City.

“Those individuals and groups who receive OBA awards are truly admirable,” said OBA President Jim Stuart. “The Awards Committee is thorough and highly selective, so each winner must demonstrate a commitment to excellence and exemplary service to the profession. I hope their accomplishments continue to inspire and affect positive change throughout Oklahoma and its legal community.”

Robison is a career trial lawyer whose practice primarily concentrates on business-related litigation, including antitrust, securities, products liability, tax, white collar criminal cases, contract and insurance disputes, and multi-district and other complex litigation in courts throughout the United States. His skills as a litigator have earned him inclusion in several prestigious industry publications, including Benchmark Litigation, The Best Lawyers in America, Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and Oklahoma Super Lawyers, in which he has also been named to its prestigious list of “Top 50 Oklahoma Lawyers.” He was selected by Best Lawyers as the “Oklahoma City Appellate Practice Lawyer of the Year” for 2013, an honor only given to a single lawyer in each legal specialty in each community.

Following graduation from law school, Robison served as an assistant attorney general of the state of Oklahoma and as a captain in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the U.S. Air Force. He has also served as Oklahoma County Bar Association president, president of the Luther J. Bohanon American Inn of Court and state chairman of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers.