Liskow is pleased to congratulate Denice Redd-Robinette and Cristian Soler for their selection to the Institute for Energy Law’s 6th Leadership Class. Only forty energy professionals were selected to join this class.
Denice Redd-Robinette is an environmental lawyer focusing on litigating complex oil and gas matters. She has experience representing clients in legacy lawsuits, tort claims, contract disputes, land contamination, and personal injury claims. She was recognized in this year’s edition of Louisiana Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” and serves as a Pathfinder for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity.
Cristian Soler is a litigator who handles various matters that affect the energy industry including legacy litigation, coastal land loss, land contamination matters, and complex downhole operations suits. He regularly keeps up with and writes on developments related to the renewable energy sphere, including wind and solar energy. Cristian was recognized in this year’s edition of Louisiana Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” and serves on the Editorial Board for IEL’s Young Energy Professionals Committee’s Energy Dispatch.
This program is for energy professionals who have been practicing in the energy field between three and thirteen years. Several class members work in oil and gas litigation and transactions. Others have experience in tax, CCUS, hydrogen, nuclear, solar, wind, ESG, regulatory, and more. Class members will increase their knowledge of leadership, communication, diversity, and the energy industry through participation.