Reid E. Robison Named President-Elect of Oklahoma County Bar Association

August 17, 2005

Reid E. Robison, a shareholder with McAfee & Taft, has been elected as president-elect of the Oklahoma County Bar Association for the 2005 – 2006 term.

Robison is a veteran trial lawyer whose practice is concentrated in business-related litigation and whose skills have earned him inclusion in several prestigious industry publications, including The Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.  He is also a member of the Oklahoma and American Bar Associations, a master of the bench of the Luther J. Bohanon American Inn of Court, a fellow of the Oklahoma Bar Association, and a fellow and state chairman of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers.

Also elected to 2005-2006 OCBA officer positions are Judge Vicki L. Robertson, president; Charles E. Geister III, vice president; and Keith Givens, Law Library Trustee.  Elected to the board of directors are Mark Clayborne, George Dahnke, Judge Glenn Jones, Heidi J. Long, Laura Haag McConnell and Travis A. Pickens.

The Oklahoma County Bar Association was organized in 1902 and currently has 2,010 members.  The OCBA is devoted to improving the administration of justice and serving the professional community interest of its members.

McAfee & Taft is one of the largest, most experienced law firms in Oklahoma, serving clients throughout the Southwest in the areas of aviation, business law, corporate and securities, employee benefits, entertainment, environmental law, healthcare, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, oil and gas, real estate, and tax and family wealth.  The firm employs over 200 Oklahomans, including more than 110 attorneys.