Chase McBride


Originally from Pryor, Oklahoma, Chase McBride is from a family full of attorneys. He attended the University of Tulsa where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Finance and a minor in Economics.

Before attending graduate school, Mr. McBride worked in various business areas including marketing, finance and manufacturing. He attended graduate school at the University of Oklahoma where he received both his Juris Doctor and Masters in Business Administration. Chase also received a Certificate in Law and Entrepreneurship from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.

Mr. McBride is a litigator. His areas of practice are diverse but largely include business and contract litigation, formation and protection, real estate, family/guardianship law, criminal defense, and the protection of civil and property rights.

Mr. McBride has successfully argued in front of Oklahoma’s highest Court, defended federal business litigation actions, written million dollar business contracts and sales, represented high asset divorce estates and successfully defended a First Degree Murder charge and other felonies. He has also represented two Oklahoma police chiefs for wrongful termination issues and currently represents several large businesses across the state along with individuals.

Mr. McBride gained notoriety in the legal field after becoming one of the youngest private attorneys to successfully defend a First Degree Murder case in front of Oklahoma’s highest court at the age of 29. He has also been published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal for his article regarding Court Ordered Grand-Parental Rights in Oklahoma.

He is a member of the Oklahoma State Bar Association’s Business and Litigation, Family Law and Criminal Defense sections. He was the 2018 & 2019 Mayes County Law Day Chair. He is a former President and is currently serving as Treasurer of the Mayes County Bar Association. And Mr. McBride is also currently serving as a Board of Director for the Young Lawyers Division of the Oklahoma Bar Association.

Professionally, but beyond the legal field, he is formerly an adjunct finance professor at Rose State University.