We are the heart of the Oakland County legal community. We enrich the lives of our members, serve the profession, and help others.
The Oakland County Bar Association (OCBA) was formally established in 1934 by a small group of young attorneys with the express purpose of connecting Oakland County legal professionals with their colleagues, advancing and enriching the profession, serving the public, and promoting comradery. The OCBA began its rich history in a small office in Pontiac with just under 50 members. Monthly meetings were held in local restaurants or law offices.
Today the OCBA has more than 3,000 members, organizes dozens of committees, and boasts a strong partnership with our community. The OCBA continues to grow and excel as a voluntary legal organization for attorneys, judges, paralegals, law professors and law students in Oakland County, Michigan. The OCBA is headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, a short distance from the Oakland County Circuit Court complex.
As the largest voluntary bar association in Michigan, the OCBA has built a strong reputation on its services and activities for members. The OCBA is committed to public service projects, committee work, and lending a strong and influential voice on current legislative activities and court rules.
To join online and pay by credit card, click here. To pay by check, download and complete the OCBA membership application and return it to the OCBA at 1760 S. Telegraph Rd., Suite 100, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302.
The current leadership of the OCBA.