OU College of Law students enrolled in Oil and Gas Environmental Law recently toured the Gulfport Energy production site, where they directly observed operating oil and natural gas wells and affiliated treatment and storage facilities.
“The site visit was very important for our students, as it makes the classroom come alive,” commented Professor Don Shandy, who teaches the class. “OU Law is very appreciative of companies like Gulfport Energy who partner with us in providing real-world educational opportunities for our students.”
Shandy is an adjunct professor and is a director in Crowe and Dunlevy’s Oklahoma City office. Throughout his career, his legal practice has been focused on the environmental and energy areas.
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