- James played football, basketball and baseball all 4 years of high school in Carmen, Oklahoma.
- When not working, he enjoys hanging out with his family. He has 3 children, 8 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. He also enjoys playing golf.
- When we asked James about something most people don’t know about him he responded with
“I rode a Brahma bucking bull in high school at the Pond Creek rodeo. I did it once and will never do it again.”
We are excited James has joined our law firm in an “Of Counsel” capacity. At Ewbank, Hennigh & McVay James focuses on Oil and Gas, Wills, Trusts, Probate and General Civil Practice. For details on James Cox, check out his BIO.
EHM applauds our very own, James R. Cox for reaching a significant professional milestone. During the April monthly meeting of the Garfield County Bar Association, Jim Cox was recognized for over 50 years of professional service and membership with the Oklahoma Bar Association. Chief Justice John F. Reif of the Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma was in attendance and presented Jim his 50 year membership pin and certificate of recognition for this accomplishment. After being introduced and recognized by the Garfield County Bar President, Jim addressed the Garfield County Bar Membership with a message commending the professionalism of the members of the local bar association, praising local judges and thanking his wife for her commitment to their family and his profession as well. Jim continues his commitment to his clients and his practice and remains focused on oil and gas matters with the law firm of Ewbank, Hennigh & McVay.
Photography Credit: Holly Gannett Photography + Design