November Educational Luncheon


If you are in need of CPL/RPL/RL credits, please consider attending the November 21st Educational Luncheon.  The Luncheon will be held in the Renaissance Room on the 31st floor of The Summit Club, which is a great venue not to mention great food.  The cost of attendance is $22 per person. 

Seating is limited, so please be sure to register early to save your spot!  The buffet opens at 11:30.  Please try to be through the line by 11:45 so that we may start the presentation on time.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT.

 

Speaker Meredith Wegener
Meredith A. Wegener, Director of Energy Legal Studies at OCU’s Meinders School of Business, will be speaking on her recent article which was accepted for publication in 2013, examining national issues surrounding bands and moratoria concerning unconventional drilling for shale gas as seen through the lens of the United States ...

Meredith A. Wegener, Director of Energy Legal Studies at OCU’s Meinders School of Business, will be speaking on her recent article which was accepted for publication in 2013, examining national issues surrounding bands and moratoria concerning unconventional drilling for shale gas as seen through the lens of the United States Constitution.  Professor Wegener will also be discussing OCU's master's level energy management program accredited by the AAPL, including their live-streaming distance education environment. 


Professor Wegener serves as the Director of Energy Legal Studies at the Meinders School of Business.  In addition to her role as Director, Professor Wegener teaches graduate courses in the Energy Management, Energy Legal Studies and MBA programs.


Professor Wegener is a graduate of Trinity University and graduated with honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and was selected as a member of Order of the Coif.  She served as managing editor and founding board member of the Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology, and the president of the Board of Advocates.  As a lawyer, Professor Wegener went into practice at Gum, Puckett & Mackechnie (formerly Spradling, Alpern & Gum) where her practice entailed commercial litigation, oil and gas, trucking and administrative law litigation, and insurance defense.  Professor Wegener obtained her Masters of Law from New York University School of Law where she was a Comfort Scholor and was awarded the Seymour Goldstein Memorial Prize.  After earning her LL.M. from NYU, Professor Wegener taught for two years as a visiting professor at OU Law School in Contracts, Torts and Secured Transactions.  


 

Full Description
Organizer Raegan Schaffler

When?

Thu, Nov. 21, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Where?

The Summit Club
15 W. 6th St.
Tulsa, OK 74119