Hall Estill Elects New Members to Executive Committee and Board of Directors
May 22, 2017
TULSA, Okla. (May 22, 2017) – Hall Estill, Oklahoma’s leading law firm, with offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Denver and Northwest Arkansas, announces the election of Michael J. Lissau to the Executive Committee and Pamela H. Goldberg to the Board of Directors. Lissau joins existing Executive Committee members Michael D. Cooke, Michael T. Keester, James M. Reed, and Larry G. Ball.
“Mike and Pam both serve as talented and tenacious leaders,” Managing Partner Mike Cooke said. “They are vital assets to Hall Estill’s leadership and will continue to create positive growth within the firm.”
Lissau, a shareholder in the Hall Estill Tulsa office, joined the firm in 2001. He has been practicing for 19 years. Additionally, he has been recognized as a Best Lawyer in America in Employment Law- Management and an Oklahoma Super Lawyer in Employment and Labor.
Lissau is a graduate of the University of Tulsa College of Law and earned a B.A. in Business Administration from Westminster College. He is involved in the Tulsa County, Oklahoma, and American Bar Associations, as well as The University of Tulsa’s Friends of Finance. He currently serves on the board of the Tulsa Chapter of American Red Cross and is a member of Philbrook Museum’s Young Masters Society.
Goldberg, a shareholder in the Hall Estill Tulsa office, began her legal career with the firm in 1987. She is the recipient of the 2010 Leadership in Law award presented by the Oklahoma Bar Association and the Journal Record. In 2013 she was named to the Tulsa Business and Legal News Women of Distinction Class.
Goldberg is a graduate of the University of Tulsa College of Law, earned an M.A in Psychology from the University of Tulsa, and a B.A in Psychology from Brooklyn College. She is involved in the Tulsa County and Oklahoma Bar Associations. In addition, she served as a board member for Jenks Public Schools Foundation and continues as an active volunteer for various philanthropic organizations in the Tulsa community.