Charles F. Alden, III
Charles F. Alden, III, is of counsel with the Oklahoma City law firm of MILLER DOLLARHIDE, where he focuses his practice on legal malpractice, trucking accident and general civil litigation.
Mr. Alden received his undergraduate degree in Political Science from Oklahoma State University in 1969 and went on to attend the Oklahoma City University School of Law, earning his Juris Doctor in 1973. During law school, Mr. Alden was awarded the Oklahoma Bar Association Outstanding Law Student Award, Phi Delta Phi Chapter Graduate of the Year and Province XVII Graduate of the Year, and American Jurisprudence Awards in the subjects of Evidence, Civil Procedure, and Domestic Relations.
Mr. Alden has given numerous presentations for various agencies and organizations on a variety of topics. Mr. Alden has also been an adjunct professor at Oklahoma City University School of Law and currently serves as an Administrative Law Judge for the Oklahoma State Insurance Department.
Mr. Alden served multiple terms as a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association House of Delegates. From 1992-1998, Mr. Alden was on the Oklahoma Professional Responsibility Tribunal, serving as Chief Master from 1996-1998.
Mr. Alden is a fellow of Litigation Counsel of America, and member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers. Mr. Alden previously served as a Master of the Robert J. Turner American Inn of Court and is presently a Master of the Ruth Bader Ginsberg American Inn of Court.
Mr. Alden is admitted to the following courts of law:
Oklahoma State Courts
Cherokee Nation Supreme Court
Chickasaw Nation Supreme Court
United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma
United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma
United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
United States Supreme Court