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Phillips Murrah Director Concludes Term as 2022-2023 OCBA President

By October 5th, 2023No Comments
Phillips Murrah attorneys pose for group photo.

A group of Phillips Murrah attorneys celebrate Cody Cooper’s 2022-2023 term as OCBA President at this year’s Raising the Bar event. From left: Camille Burge, Jonna Vanderslice, Kelsey Chilcoat, Tom Wolfe, Dawn Rahme, Heath Garwood, Cody Cooper, Clay Ketter, Nikki Edwards, Byrona Maule, Lauren Voth, Marc Edwards, and Austin Ray.

Phillips Murrah Director Cody J. Cooper concluded his service as President of the Oklahoma County Bar Association (OCBA) 2022-2023 Board of Directors on Friday, Sept. 8 as a part of OCBA’s Raising the Bar event, held at the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center.

OCBA members elected Cody as President in 2022. Prior to that, in 2021, he served as Vice President. He was also Chair of OCBA’s Young Lawyers Division in (2017) and has served on the OCBA Board of Directors since 2018.

A group of formally dressed people are standing in an indoor setting, engaging in a conversation about employment and interacting with each other.

Judge Richard Ogden presents outgoing OCBA President Cody Cooper with a gavel plaque.

Cody became involved in the OCBA through the Young Lawyers’ Board. Through that, he said in a previous article, he was able to appreciate the impact the OCBA has in the OKC community and throughout its membership. He was also able to build relationships with other attorneys and judges who practice in Oklahoma County, he added, and he enjoyed and appreciated getting to speak colleagues outside a professional setting. Through Cody’s experience and leadership in the Young Lawyers Board, he was able to take part in the OCBA Board of Directors, which increased his desire to eventually become President of the Board.

Cody J. Cooper is an experienced litigator and a licensed patent attorney who represents individuals and companies in a wide range of business litigation and intellectual property matters. He is actively involved in community and charitable organizations, and serves as a board member for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Oklahoma County. He also has volunteered with a number of organizations, including Camp Cavett, NewView Oklahoma, Salvation Army, various public schools throughout the Oklahoma City Metro.


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