The 61st annual Mineral Law Institute will be held April 3 and 4 in the McKernan Auditorium at the LSU Law Center.
This two-day event attracts energy leaders from across the state and country. Topics that will be addressed include issues relating to fractional mineral conveyances, litigating the question of good faith with respect to mineral servitudes, recent revisions to the AAPL Model Form Operating Agreement that are designed to address issues raised by horizontal drilling, litigation related to coastal erosion, trends on the outer continental shelf, the Mineral Law Institute’s annual oil and gas case update, and more.
“We have an excellent program this year. We have some top notch speakers scheduled and the topics are a good mix that should appeal to just about everyone – litigators, transactional lawyers, title lawyers, and landmen,” said Keith Hall, Director of the Mineral Law Institute.
For registration information, please visit www.LSUcle.org or contact the LSU Law Center Continuing Education Department at 225-578-5837.