Looks like UT has a dedicated journal for oil and energy law, so I would say that's a safe bet. http://www.tjogel.org/
Quote from: Maclock on May 06, 2008, 07:36:43 AMThank you for your reply, Matthies. Do you know if exploration and production companies actively interview on-campus?Best,MaclockHouston has an excellent oil and gas program, but you said they were out for some reason. Firms that do oil and gas do OCI on campus at Denver. I know two people who got jobs in the oil and gas department of a large local firm from OCI at Denver. As to actual oil and gas companies doing on campus interviewing, not that I know of. In-house positions donít usually hire from OCI (at any school). OCI is usually used mostly by firms and organizations that need time hire several new employees, it does not make sense for companies or organizations that only need 1 or 2 people. There is a section of the CO bar association for oil and gas law, and I think they have lunches once a month. You can join as a student member, that would be the best place to meet people who might have oil and gas jobs for you.
Thank you for your reply, Matthies. Do you know if exploration and production companies actively interview on-campus?Best,Maclock
I go to Kansas, people say the oil and gas program is great. Many Denver firms do OCI here.
Hello there, folks. If one wished to specialize in oil and gas and for whatever reason SMU, Houston and UT are out of the picture, what are the best alternatives? Tulsa? Oklahoma? Denver? Colorado? Texas Tech? Baylor? Anywhere else? Anywhere in California?Does anyone know?Best,Maclock