Sheila Condren

Judge Sheila Condren currently serves as a District Judge for the 12th Judicial District consisting of Rogers, Mayes and Craig Counties. She is Chief Judge for Rogers County. Judge Condren was first appointed to the Bench in 2000 as a Special Judge and was later appointed by the Governor in 2006 as the Associate District Judge for Rogers County; a position she held until she was elected as District Judge beginning in 2015. Condren is a 1987 graduate of the University of Tulsa, College of Law where she was a staff member of the Energy Law Journal. Before taking the bench, Condren worked as a law clerk for a Board of Administrative Appeals Judges with the United States Department of Labor in Washington D.C., was in private practice, and also worked for the State of Oklahoma in the area of child support enforcement. Judge Condren is a past President of the Hudson-Hall-Wheaton Chapter of the American Inns of Court, and is a past Chair of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Advisory Council. She also spearheaded the effort to build the new Rogers County Courthouse. Most recently, Judge Condren has focused her efforts on the issue of jail overcrowding, where she organized a citizen’s recommendation committee and as a result started a pretrial services program to ease the overcrowding crisis which was facing Rogers County.