While the Journal is published under the umbrella of the UT Law Publications department, no financial support is provided by the school. We are a self-sustaining operation that relies on the generosity of our energy-industry contemporaries to help establish a sufficient operational budget. TJOGEL’s sponsors are among the elite oil, gas, and energy-related law firms and companies in Texas and across the globe.
The sponsorship levels that we offer are as follows:
- Platinum – $5,000
- Gold – $2,500
- Silver – $1,500
- Bronze – $500
Your contribution allows TJOGEL to:
- Publish two issues each year. Now in its eighth year of publication, the journal has published over 1,300 pages of analysis of legal issues affecting the energy industry written by prominent scholars and practitioners; it has been circulated to over 9,000 attorneys, judges, professors, students, and industry practitioners worldwide.
- Produce our annual CLE symposium. Approximately 150 people attended the 2012 Oil, Gas, and Energy Law Symposium; by far one of the largest symposiums hosted by a UT law journal in recent years.
- Provide energy-related educational opportunities to our student members. Through our career panels, roundtable discussions, and happy hours, we promote interest among law students in pursuing legal work in the energy industry through as well as connect our student-members with practitioners in the industry.
We invite you to join the ranks of other firms and companies who are recognized as the leading patrons of oil, gas, and energy scholarship by sponsoring TJOGEL today.
Sponsors will be recognized:
- In the front pages of each issue of the journal,
- At all journal events,
- In the monthly newsletter, The Drill,
- On TJOGEL promotional materials, and
- On this website.
In addition, you or your organization will be invited to TJOGEL events which include the Spring Symposium, the Annual Banquet, the Fall Career Panel, and all other networking events.
Contributions to the Texas Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Law are tax-deductible, and the Law School will provide a receipt with the applicable 501(c)(3) codes. The Law School can provide the application for employers who participate in the Matching Funds program. All contributions will be noted in the Dean’s Townes Hall Notes alumni magazine.
Please write your check to UT Law Publications, and mail it to the address above. Be sure to write in the memo line: Texas Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Law—otherwise the contribution will not be directed to our journal.