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Meet Mark Robertson

Board Director & Advisory Council Chair


Mark A. Robertson is a partner the law firm of Robertson & Williams in Oklahoma City where he represents businesses and the families that own them. His practice is concentrated in corporate, securities, estate and asset planning and mergers and acquisitions. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from DePauw University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. He also attended the University of Edinburgh where he studied international law, Scottish culture, and scotch whisky.


Mr. Robertson is a member of the Oklahoma and American Bar Associations. He is a past chair of the American Bar Association Law Practice Division. He has served on the Publishing Board, Magazine Board and a variety of committees for that Division. Mr. Robertson is the recipient of the Division's Samuel S. Smith award for lifetime achievement. Mr. Robertson is a Fellow of The College of Law Practice Management.


Mr. Robertson is the co-author with James A. Calloway of the book Winning Alternatives to the Billable Hour: Strategies that Work, both second and third editions, co-author with J. Harris Morgan of the book How to Draft Bills Clients Rush to Pay, third edition and is the author of Alternative Fee Arrangements for Business Lawyers and Their Clients, all publications of the American Bar Association. Mr. Robertson is a frequent lecturer on family business transition, estate planning and capital formation issues and is a contributing author on a variety of topics to various national, state, and local bar association and business publications.


Mr. Robertson has served on a number of non-profit boards including the Kirkpatrick Foundation where he is the past President; the Metropolitan Library Endowment Board; and the Lyric Theatre Board. Mr. Robertson has served in the past as Chairman of the Gladney Fund, President of the Lyric Theatre and its endowment fund, Chairman of the Areawide Aging Agency and on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of both the Science Museum of Oklahoma and the Creative Oklahoma. Mr. Robertson was the Western Oklahoma Chapter Chairman of Young Presidents Organization and a Founding Member of the Oklahoma City Chapter of the World Presidents Organization.


Married to Susan Jennings Robertson (his better half) for over 45 wonderful years. They have two adult children - Matthew and David - who are both great young adults.


Meet the Board and Advisory Council

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