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Houston office is seeking a transactional attorney with 4-7 years of LNG or upstream (E&P), midstream (pipeline or processing) or downstream (refinery, petchem) energy experience, with particular emphasis on mergers and acquisitions or project development. The ideal candidate will have attained a high level of academic achievement, will have solid big law firm experience, as well as strong writing and communication skills.
This internationally known law firm with strategic alliances is on the lookout for fresh, talented attorneys! Practice areas range from biotech to antitrust to white collar and more. This is a truly solid Texas firm with a strong Houston office. This firm is very strong in most practice groups and in our opinion is one of the best firms to work for in Texas. Period. The firm has a lot of heritage in Texas and has managed to draw some well known political figures into its partnership ranks. The associates we have spoken with at this firm describe it as a good place to work and for the most part the associates working here believe that the partners are friendly and accessible. Additionally, the people who work at this firm are all fairly friendly; however, some associates we have spoken with have told us that there appears to be an air of formality to their friendliness. The Houston office of this firm feels entrepreneurial and not at all stuffy. Additionally, among all Texas firms this firm consistently ranks near the top for quality of life issues and the associates who work here all seem to be fairly enthusiastic about the quality of life of the firm. This firm compensates its associates very well, and there are few complaints about compensation issues. The firm even has a flex time program. We should note that one thing that is notable about this firm is that it does appear very well positioned at most times because it is consistently able to generate work and keep its associates in most departments busy.
Mid-Level Energy Attorney
Dallas office is seeking a mid-level energy and natural resources law attorney. Candidate should have transactional or litigation experience in the areas of water rights, oil and gas, wind energy, and recreational and agricultural land stewardship.
This boutique Dallas firm specializes in corporate, real estate, intellectual property, litigation, and bankruptcy law. Despite its small size, the attorneys at this firm have impressive credentials and handle sophisticated legal matters. The firm takes pride in being responsive to the needs of its clients and establishing close relationships with them that are not often possible with larger firms.
Houston office seeks litigation attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate should preferably have experience with energy litigation and arbitration.
This national law firm has six offices and 350 lawyers who provide a full range of services in all practice areas. The Florida office provides this kind of firepower in a small, intimate setting and offers competitive pay rates.
Respected Amarillo firm seeks oil & gas attorney with 10+ years of strong experience. A book of business is preferable, but not required.
The legal practice is located in Texas. The firm started practicing law seventeen years ago. Twenty-two gifted attorneys and a competent support group are employed at the firm. They represent clients throughout the U.S. There are seven areas of practice. Some of their practice disciplines are business-corporate, health care, labor-employment and litigation.
Energy Attorney jobs in Texas
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