Attorney at H&M
Jared Harrison is a shareholder with Harrison & Mecklenburg, Inc, practicing primarily in real estate, oil and gas, estate planning and administration, business law, and municipal law. He also is in charge of keeping the office running by taking care of all technology related issues.
Jared was admitted to practice in Oklahoma in 2007. He is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and the Kingfisher County Bar Association. Jared also has experience in building abstracts and is a licensed title insurance agent for First American Title Insurance Company.
Jared received his undergraduate degree from Oklahoma State University in 2004. He completed his legal education at the Oklahoma City University School of Law and received his law degree in 2006. He also holds an abstractor’s license and title insurance license from the State of Oklahoma.
Jared was born and raised in Kingfisher County. Hard work and dedication were instilled in him at a young age while helping on his family’s farm. Jared and his wife Jessica have two sons, Myles and Finley, and enjoy spending time with family and friends. While going to college, Jared worked as a Disc Jockey for Eskimo Joe’s Road Crew and as Assistant Information/Technology Director for Stan Clark Companies, and while attending law school he worked for Apple, Inc. as a Mac Specialist, all of which helped expand his attention to customer service. Also while at OSU, Jared was a member of FarmHouse Fraternity, the OSU Marching Band, and the OSU Basketball Spirit Band.
In 2001, Jared was honored to be selected as a White House Intern and served in that capacity from August to December of 2001. In his free time, Jared enjoys testing the latest Apple gadgets, attending Oklahoma City Thunder and Oklahoma State sporting events, and playing golf. Jared is a past Chairman of the Oklahoma Bar Association Real Property Section, past President of the Kingfisher Rotary Club and past President of the Kingfisher County Development Foundation. He also served as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Kingfisher Chamber of Commerce from 2007 to 2010 and the Kingfisher Educational Foundation Board of Directors, where he has served as president. Jared is currently serving as the Chief Operating Officer of the Oklahoma American Legion Boys’ State program, where he has helped implement a mock judicial branch to help show how the Oklahoma judicial system works and oversees all education components of the program. Jared is currently serving City Attorney for the City of Kingfisher, the City of Watonga, and the Town of Waukomis, as well as serving as outside counsel for Cimarron Electric Cooperative and the American Legion, Department of Oklahoma. He and his family attend the Kingfisher First United Methodist Church.