Enid attorney Kaleb K. Hennigh took an oath Friday to serve a three-year term representing Supreme Court Judicial District 4 on the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Board of Governors. He was among nine attorneys sworn in to serve on the OBA’s 17-member board during a ceremony at the state Capitol.
Hennigh is a founding member of Ewbank, Hennigh & McVay PLLC, a regional law firm focusing on representing clients throughout northwest Oklahoma. He has developed a practice devoted to familial wealth preservation, bankruptcy and asset protection methods and effective small business planning.
He was born and raised near Laverne and considers northwest Oklahoma his home. He resides in Enid, and the firm of Ewbank, Hennigh & McVay PLLC currently maintains offices in Enid, Fairview and Laverne. He earned a Bachelor of Science in agricultural communications from OSU, a J.D. from the OU College of Law and an LL.M. in agricultural law from the University of Arkansas School of Law.
He previously served a one-year term on the OBA Board of Governors as the Oklahoma Young Lawyers Division chairman for 2014.
OBA leadership roles are voluntary positions in which lawyers serve while continuing to practice law. The board meets monthly and governs the association.
Hennigh has been featured on The LL.M Program in Agricultural & Food Law as well as Enid News.