Energy experts from across the nation will come together at The University of Tulsa College of Law to discuss career paths for young attorneys in the energy sector during the 2013 Hartrick Symposium, to be held Friday and Saturday, March 1 and 2 at TU College of Law. Individuals from across Oklahoma who are interested in the field of energy law are welcome to attend.
Additional discussions with distinguished panels of experts will include:
The Oil & Gas Attorney
This session will cover careers in a range of oil and gas law work, including title examination and upstream, midstream and downstream transactions.
The Land Professional
This panel will cover the land negotiation and transactional work of the In-House Landmen and private contractors. The land department provides entry into the oil company directly from law school and many graduates gravitate to in-house positions.
International Petroleum: Transactions and Negotiation
This panel will provide an in-depth analysis of the ins and outs of working on international energy transactions and all of its complexities. Panelists will discuss how they came into their international careers and the major challenges that face them in their day to day work.
The energy sector is pervasively regulated. Regulatory careers covered by this panel include natural gas regulation, state conservation practice and environmental regulation of oil and gas operations.
This panel will address careers in important compliance functions within major oil and gas companies, including Legal/Regulatory, Health, Safety & Environmental and Contract Compliance.
This panel will focus on the realities of getting a position in the legal energy space. It will explore energy practices from various sized energy departments, as well as alternative career paths and ways to improve your marketability in the legal energy world.
Attendees may RSVP for the event by visiting http://www.cailaw.org/iel/career-paths-details-2013.html.