Institute Publishes New Treatise
This two-day event attracts energy leaders from across the state and country. Topics that will be addressed include Recent Changes to the Conservation Act, Developments in Hydraulic Fracturing Technology and an Oil & Gas Law Update. For registration information, please visit www.LSUcle.org or contact the LSU Law Center Continuing Education Department at 225-578-5837.
The Louisiana Mineral Law Institute recently published a new treatise for academicians and practitioners. Edited by LSU Law Center Professor Emeritus and Emeritus Director of the Louisiana Mineral Law Institute Patrick Martin, the 16 chapter treatise was written by mineral law scholars and practicing attorneys.
“I expect the Louisiana Mineral Law Treatise to be a valuable resource for oil and gas lawyers and landmen throughout the State,” said Professor Keith Hall, Director of the Louisiana Mineral Law Institute. “Although I’ve had my copy for only a short time, I’ve already turned to it several times.”
The treatise is available at Claitor’s Law Books and Publishing, www.claitors.com.