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Haynes and Boone Attorney Takes Position as Professor of Oil and Gas Law at Texas Tech University
HOUSTON – Dr. Chris Kulander, an associate in Haynes and Boone, LLP’s Energy and Power Practice Group, has joined the Texas Tech University School of Law where he will teach courses covering oil and gas and property law. He will continue his work with the firm in an of counsel position, assisting clients with questions and issues of oil and gas law, and serving as a firm resource for the geosciences.
“We are very proud of Chris' academic recognition of his scholarly excellence in the area of oil and gas law,” said Partner Buddy Clark, head of the Haynes and Boone Energy and Power Practice Group. “Texas Tech has made a great decision to add Chris as a member of the law school's faculty. We look forward to our continued work with Chris, and wish him well in his new endeavor as he takes part in the education of new oil and gas lawyers.”
Dr. Kulander received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in geophysics from Wright State University and Ph.D. from Texas A&M University. He earned his juris doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Prior to entering law school, he served as a geophysicist for the United States Geological Survey in Denver.