The Legal Center

The Legal Center, a program of The State Chamber Research Foundation (SCRF), is geared toward researching policy implications surrounding the third branch of government.  

The purpose of the SCRF Legal Center is to promote free enterprise and economic prosperity by advocating for the consistent and fair application of the law as written.  

The launch of the Legal Center comes on the heel of the historic Oklahoma Supreme Court ruling last November that overturned a $465 million verdict in the state’s case against Johnson & Johnson concerning the opioid epidemic. The Court found that the award was based on an improper expansion of state law, a decision The State Chamber agreed with.  

In addition to policy research and insight, the Legal Center will offer continuing education credits (CLEs) to employees of The State Chamber member companies.  

The Legal Center files amicus briefs in cases of importance to the business community, educates the public, policymakers and courts on matters related to the legal system and promotes the selection of judges who will uphold the best of the American legal tradition.

Ben LepakExecutive Director of The State Chamber Research Foundation

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About the State Chamber

What is the State Chamber?

Established in 1926, The State Chamber is a statewide membership organization. Our purpose is to be the unified voice of business and the most effective advocacy organization at the State Capitol. Every day, The State Chamber fights for Oklahoma’s future by defending the right of every business to thrive.

What is the State Chamber Research Foundation?

For information about State Chamber Research Foundation, click here.

General Contact Information

MAILING ADDRESS:

P O Box 53217 | Oklahoma City, OK 73152-3217

LOCATION:

330 NE 10th Street  |  Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Note: We cannot receive mail at our physical address, so please send all correspondence to the PO Box shown above

CONTACT:

(405) 235-3669 Phone  |  (405) 235-3670 Fax

Why become a member?

With approximately 4,300 members representing 270,000 employees, the State Chamber of Oklahoma  is a powerful force in advancing policies that benefit Oklahoma and its business community. When you join the State Chamber, you gain a strong partner and advocate at the State Capitol.

Membership offers opportunities for networking with businesses and policymakers influencing issues affecting your company. In addition, the State Chamber is the only entity that advocates for companies across the entire state.