Aimee Hebert is a member of the Gordon Arata law firm where her practice focuses on
oil and gas litigation both at the trial level and the appellate
level. An experienced litigator and appellate practitioner, Aimee has
represented clients in cases covering a wide variety of oil and
gas topics, including lease maintenance, servitude maintenance, implied
obligations, royalty payments, and operating agreements. She has twice
been recognized by Chambers USA as an up-and-comer in the areas of Energy and Natural Resources Law. Aimee frequently writes and speaks on oil and gas topics.
Aimee's involvement in the oil and gas industry goes beyond the
courtroom. She is a member of the Advisory Council of the Louisiana
Mineral Law Institute. She authored Chapter 7, Oil and Gas Leases - Classifications and Consequences, in Louisiana Mineral Law Treatise
(Patrick H. Martin ed., Claitor's Publishing Division, 2012) and has
been invited to speak on oil and gas topics by various industry groups
including the Louisiana Mineral Law Institute, Professional Landman's
Association of New Orleans (PLANO), the Lafayette Association of
Petroleum Landmen, and the Women's Energy Network. Aimee has served on
the boards of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association (LOGA), PLANO, and
the New Orleans Chapter of the Energy Bar Association.
Prior to joining Gordon Arata, Aimee practiced with a firm in Lafayette,
Louisiana and was one of a team of attorneys who taught Mineral Law at
the University of Louisiana at Lafayette as a required course for its
Professional Land & Resource Management Program. Aimee then
clerked for the Honorable W. Eugene Davis of the U.S. Fifth Circuit
Court of Appeals from 2002-2003 and joined Gordon Arata in 2003.
Spring 2014 - Oil & Gas Law