Shake & Quake Remote Sensing and Fracing Trespass (Chris Kulander, Texas Tech University Law School)

Christopher Kulander is an assistant professor at Texas Tech School of Law, where he teaches oil and gas law, property, energy law, and mining law. He is also Of Counsel to Haynes and Boone LLP. He received his J.D. from the University of Oklahoma, where he was managing editor for the Oklahoma Bar Mineral Law Newsletter, note editor and assisting managing editor for the American Indian Law Review, and research assistant for Owen L. Anderson, Eugene Kuntz Chair of Oil and Gas Law.

Before teaching, Professor Kulander practiced full-time for four years in the Houston office of Haynes and Boone LLP within the Energy Practice Group, focusing on energy lending, finance, and bankruptcy. Prior to that, he practiced for two years with Cotton & Bledsoe in Midland, Texas, focusing on oil and gas title and leasing.

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