Oklahoma Bar Foundation Celebrates 75th Anniversary with Court Grants to all 77 Counties
The Oklahoma Bar Foundation is excited to announce that after its 2021 Grants and Awards Process, all 77 Oklahoma Counties will have received at least one OBF Court Grant. This year’s Grants will go to 16 County Courts, including the last remaining 9 counties who had not previously applied for a grant.
“It’s been our goal to improve the administration of justice in each county court since the establishment of our program in 2007. This year, in honor of our 75th Anniversary, the Board is very excited to make this a reality,” says OBF Grants & Awards Chair Andrew Shank.
2021 Court Grants totaling $132,882.26 will provide modern technological equipment and updates to improve the administration of justice in Oklahoma County Courts.
2021 Court Grant Recipients:
- Court of Criminal & Civil Appeals – $5,000 – Analysis, design and development for case management software
- Haskell County – $8,424 – Courtroom Evidence Display
- LeFlore County – $23,630 – Courtroom audio improvement project
- Love County – $20,879 – Courtroom audio system
- Muskogee County – $17,517.48 – 2 Skype CARTs
- Pittsburgh County – $8,758.74 – Video conferencing equipment
- Tulsa County – $21,673.04 – 1 SMART Board and accessories
2021 75th Anniversary Court Grants ($3,000 each):
- Bryan County District Court
- Carter County District Court
- Choctaw County District Court
- Grant County District Court
- Kingfisher County District Court
- Latimer County District Court
- Logan County District Court
- Texas County District Court
- Woods County District Court
The Oklahoma Bar Foundation funds law-related non-profits, court improvements and law school scholarships.