Elizabeth practices in the firm’s Houston office focusing on oil & gas litigation. Elizabeth represents a variety of oil & gas industry clients in various general commercial disputes, tort and environmental disputes, and disputes arising under mineral leases and joint operating agreements, including disputes related to lease termination, royalty disputes, and trespass.
Elizabeth also provides advice to oil & gas industry clients regarding state and federal regulations such as the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, the Texas Natural Resources Code, and related regulations. Elizabeth represents a number of clients in environmental compliance issues arising under federal law that impact offshore oil and gas operational requirements. Elizabeth’s regulatory practice also includes representing clients in a number of administrative appeals before the Department of Interior Board of Land Appeals, including in royalty and decommissioning disputes.
Elizabeth received her Juris Doctor from The University of Oklahoma College of Law. While pursuing her J.D., Elizabeth participated in the OU Law Oxford Program during the Summer of 2016. Prior to joining the firm, Elizabeth served as an intern for the General Counsel’s Office at the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.