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Hebert, Aimee  

 Aimee Williams Hebert

Adjunct Assistant Professor in Law

BGS, Louisiana State University; JD, Louisiana State University

E-mail: Aimee.Hebert@kellyhart.com

Biography:

Aimee Hebert joined the Tulane University Law School’s adjunct faculty in 2014 and is a partner with Kelly Hart & Pitre. Aimee has focused her practice on oil and gas law for the last 18 years. Her practice has covered a broad range of energy law issues including, among others, cases involving mineral lease maintenance, implied obligations, royalty payments, servitude maintenance, operating agreements, production handling agreements, blowouts, and oilfield environmental issues.

Over the years, Ms. Hebert has been recognized as a leader in energy law by “America’s Best Lawyers,” Thomas Reuters’ “Louisiana Super Lawyers,” New Orleans Magazine’s “Top Lawyers,” and Chamber’s USA, and in 2015, she was recognized as one of the “Women of the Year” by New Orleans City Business. She is a member of the Advisory Council of Louisiana Mineral Law Institute and has been appointed by the Louisiana Law Institute to serve on a committee to study and develop new legislation in the area of oil and gas law. She is also a frequent speaker on oil and gas topics having been invited to speak by the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, the Center for American and International Law’s Institute for Energy Law, the Louisiana Mineral Law Institute, the Women’s Energy Network, and others.

Ms. Hebert received her B.G.S. from Louisiana State University in 1995 and her J.D. from Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 1998. She clerked for the Honorable W. Eugene Davis of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals from 2002-2003.

Selected Publications
The Operator’s Duty to Market: the Component of Price, 62 Rocky Mt. Min. L. Inst. 19-1(2016).
7 Oil And Gas Leases—Classifications and Consequences, in Louisiana Mineral Law Treatise (2012).
A Review of Selected Lease Clauses, 54 La. Min. L. Inst. 170 (2007).
Restrictions on Assignment (Consent to Assign, Preferential Right to Purchase and Maintenance of Uniform Interest Provisions), 49 La. Min. L. Inst. 224 (2002).

Courses:
Spring - Oil & Gas Law





 





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