Tulsa attorney Renée DeMoss to lead Oklahoma Bar Association
BY Staff Reports
Sunday, November 25, 2012
11/25/12 at 4:58 AM
Tulsa attorney Renée DeMoss has been elected the Oklahoma Bar Association's 2013 president-elect, a post she will hold for one year before becoming president in 2014.
Election results were announced Friday at the OBA's 108th annual meeting in Oklahoma City.
A shareholder in the Tulsa law firm GableGotwals, DeMoss is a graduate of Oklahoma City University and the University of OklahomaCollege of Law.
Her areas of practice include commercial litigation, employment benefits, insurance law and general business matters.
Active in many organizations, she is a past president of the Tulsa County Bar Association, Tulsa County Bar Foundation and the Oklahoma Bar Foundation, and is a member of the OBA Board of Governors.
She was recognized by the Oklahoma City-based Journal Record in 2010 as one of its Women of the Year.
DeMoss will be sworn in Jan. 11 at the state Capitol.
James Stuart of Shawnee will serve as the 2013 OBA president. Dietmar Caudle of Lawton will be vice president. Oklahoma City lawyer Cathy Christensen, 2012 OBA president, will remain on the OBA Board of Governors for one year as immediate past president.
Also elected Friday to three-year terms on the OBA Board of Governors were Sandee Coogan of Norman, Robert Don Gifford II of Oklahoma City and Douglas Jackson of Enid. Richard Stevens of Norman will serve as an OBA member-at-large.
The 17,000-member Oklahoma Bar Association is headquartered in Oklahoma City. It is governed by an 18-member Board of Governors that meets monthly across the state.
Original Print Headline: Tulsa attorney to lead Oklahoma Bar Association
Renée DeMoss: The graduate of Oklahoma City University and the University of Oklahoma College of Law is a shareholder in the Tulsa law firm GableGotwals. Her areas of practice include commercial litigation, employment benefits, insurance law and general business matters.