Aimee Hebert helps clients in the energy business solve their challenging legal problems. Her experience includes disputes that involve mineral royalties, mineral lease termination, implied obligations, mineral servitude maintenance, operating agreements, production handling agreements, blowouts, and oilfield environmental issues. She represents both individuals and businesses and gets excellent results. She has been recognized for years as a leader in energy law by The Best Lawyers in America, Super Lawyers, and other publications.
Ms. Hebert's involvement in energy law extends beyond the courtroom. She is a member of the Advisory Council of Louisiana Mineral Law Institute and has been appointed to serve on the Louisiana Law Institute’s newly formed Mineral Law Committee, which studies and develops new legislation. She teaches basic oil and gas law at Tulane Law School as an adjunct Assistant Professor in Law. She is also a frequent speaker for industry groups, including the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, CAIL’s Institute for Energy Law, the Louisiana Mineral Law Institute, and the Women’s Energy Network. Her goal is to stay on the forefront of developments in energy law to help her clients achieve their goals.
Having clerked for the Honorable W. Eugene Davis, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Ms. Hebert also handles appeals for clients in other industries. As appellate counsel, she handles cases that have been tried by the firm but also provides a fresh review for cases tried by other law firms.