The Institute for Energy Law (IEL) has chosen Amanda Hale to participate in its third annual Leadership Class. Ms. Hale was selected from a nationwide pool of applicants for this year’s class, which comprises 42 people from 10 states and India, the majority of which are attorneys.
Founded in Dallas in 1947, the IEL is among the oldest continuing legal education providers in the word. The mission of the IEL, a division of The Center for American and International Law, is to provide educational and professional opportunities for lawyers and other energy professionals through conferences, educational courses, scholarly publications, and membership activities.
Members of the Leadership Class will meet leaders within and outside the energy industry and learn more about the energy industry, diversity, and leadership. They will also participate in an education-based program geared toward young energy professionals, including webinars, the National Young Energy Professionals’ Law Conference, the Energy Transactions Conference, and the 72nd Annual Oil & Gas Law Conference.