Anne Sublett focuses her practice in the areas of employee benefits law and executive compensation. Her clients include large, publicly traded companies as well as smaller private businesses in Oklahoma as well as throughout the region. Projects range from reviewing and preparing documentation relating to all aspects of tax and ERISA compliance for employee benefit plans to drafting and reviewing agreements between plan administrators and third-party service providers. She has been selected repeatedly for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America in Employee Benefits Law.

Ms. Sublett has extensive involvement in pro bono representation of abused and neglected children. In addition to representing abused and neglected children in court, she has served on statewide panels dealing with juvenile law and legal practice in that area and received numerous awards for her work. She is also co-founder and past president of Tulsa Lawyers for Children, a non-profit organization that recruits, trains and provides ongoing assistance to lawyers who provide pro bono legal representation to abused and neglected children.

With a diverse legal background, Ms. Sublett has lectured at seminars on topics relating to employee benefits, third-party legal opinions, choice of entities for doing business and juvenile law. She has also taught agency and partnership law as an adjunct professor at The University of Tulsa College of Law.

Other Activities and Interests

Gardening, Knitting and Crocheting

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Honors & Leadership

Honors & Recognitions

Listed in Best Lawyers in America© (2011-2020)

Friend of Children (2001 - Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy)

Alma Wilson Award (2001 - Oklahoma Bar Association - for a lawyer who has made a significant contribution to improving the lives of Oklahoma children)

Mona Salyer Lambird Spotlight Award (2001 - Oklahoma Bar Association Women in the Law Committee - for women who have distinguished themselves in the legal profession and who have helped light the way for other women)

Torchbearer for Women in the Law (2002 - Tulsa County Bar Association)

Attorney of the Year Award (2003 - Oklahoma Court Appointed Special Advocates)

Lion of the Bar (2008 - Council Oak Johnson Sontag Chapter of the American Inns of Court - life time achievement award)

Honoree (2012 Barrister's Bowl -- "[f]or exemplary performance and professionalism in the areas of employee benefits, corporate and securities law; and for dedication, devotion and undying service to improve legal representation of Oklahoma's deprived children."

Honoree (2012 Amos T. Hall Award - Northeastern Oklahoma Black Lawyers Association - "[F]or trailblazing work. For your commitment to principle without regard to person costs; and [f]or your extensive and distinguished legal career.")

Linda K. Morrissey Award for Community Service (2014 - Women's Law Caucus, The University of Tulsa College of Law)

Ron McDaniel Recognition (2014 - Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry - presented to an individual who embodies the spirit and furthers the mission of Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry)

Community & Professional

Tulsa County Bar Association

Oklahoma Bar Association

American Bar Association


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Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 1980

University of Tulsa, B.A., cum laude, 1968


  • Oklahoma - 1980
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