Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Rabon Sworn in as Bar Association Vice President

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Rabon Sworn in as Bar Association Vice President

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Attorney Rob Rabon has been sworn in as vice president of the 12,500-member Oklahoma Bar Association.

Also, J. Duke Logan of Vinta, Okla., was sworn in as a member of the OBA Board of Directors, representing Supreme Court Judicial District No. One.

Rabon, a member of the Hugo, Okla., law firm Kile and Rabon, will fill the unexpired term of Michael Burrage of Antlers, Okla. Burrage was sworn in as OBA president on May 8, following the death of President Neil E. Bogan of Tulsa.

Rabon was the representative of Supreme Court No. Two on the Board of Governors from 1987-89. He currently serves on the Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Commission.

He is a member of the Choctaw County, Tri-County, Oklahoma and American Bar Associations, as well as the Oklahoma and American Trial Lawyers Associations. He has served as a member of the Oklahoma Crime Commission and the High Plains Study Council for Water Resources in Western Oklahoma. He received a bachelor of science degree from Southeastern State University and a doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.

Logan, vice-chair of the Council on Judicial Complaints, will fill the unexpired term of John W. Raley Jr., who has moved from Ponca City to Muskogee. The term ends Dec. 31.

Partner in the law firm Logan, Lowry, Johnston, Switzer, West and McGeady, Logan is a member of the Craig County Bar, the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has served as chair of the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, general counsel of the Grand River Dam Authority and on the executive committee of the Northeastern Counties Organization. . .

- The Natural Resources Law Section of the American Bar Association will sponsor a tape-delayed telecast on environmental law from 4-8 p.m. Monday at the Oklahoma County Bar Office, 119 N. Robinson Ave., suite 240. The program will feature key Environmental Protection Agency and U. …

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