October 30, 2020
The Eugene Kuntz Conference on Natural Resources Law & Policy is designed for mineral law attorneys and petroleum landmen who are interested in learning the most prevalent law and policy in the oil and gas industry. Expert speakers from the United States present innovative topics at this one-day conference.
The annual conference is co-sponsored by the Energy and Natural Resources Law Section of the Oklahoma Bar Association.
Fall 2020 Conference Update
After many months of closely monitoring developments arising from COVID-19, the Kuntz Planning Committee made the difficult determination that the safest course of action for this year is to postpone the in-person Kuntz Conference until Fall 2021.
However, we are pleased to announce that an abbreviated version of the conference is scheduled to take place on Friday, October 30, 2020 via Virtual Platform.
To stay informed and receive alerts when registration opens, click here.
Registration includes access to virtual platform, conference sessions and digital resource materials.
***Refunds will not be offered after Friday, October 23, 2020***
AR - 3.5 including 1 hour of ethics
CO - 4 including 1 hour of ethics
KS - 4 including 1 hour of ethics
ND - 3.5 including 1 hour of ethics
OH - 3.5 including 1 hour of ethics
OK - 4 including 1 hour of ethics
TX - 3.5 including 1 hour of ethics
WV - 4 including 1 hour of ethics
3.5 RPL continuing education credits including 1 hour of ethics
3.5 CPL recertification credits including 1 hour of ethics
How do I sign in to receive credit for each session?
Since the event is virtual, the online platform will track the attendees' virtual viewership of each session. Additional polling/surveys will be utilized during the conference to confirm viewership and stay compliant with CLE state regulations. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I find resource materials for the conference?
Digital resource materials will be emailed out to all registrants within a week prior to the conference. Notebooks and printed materials will not be provided. Additionally, resource materials will be available on the virtual platform.
Where will the virtual conference be hosted?
The virtual conference will be hosted on the platform Whova. You will receive instructions on how to access this platform as we get closer to the conference. Prior to receiving instructions, attendees can download the free "Whova - Event & Conference App" on their mobile device. The conference will also be accessible through a web platform.
Will recorded sessions be available if I can't attend the live session?
At this time, only live sessions will be available for CLE credit.
Will my CLE or AAPL credits be reported on my behalf?
CLE credits for Oklahoma and Texas Bar members will be reported on behalf of registrants who attended the conference and signed-in to receive credit. Members of all other state bars or AAPL are responsible for reporting their own attendance. Affidavits of attendance will be emailed to all registrants who attended and signed-in to receive credit.
Where can I find the affidavits of attendance?
Affidavits of attendance will be emailed out shortly after the conference to those who attended and signed-in. Attendees usually receive the affidavits within 2-3 weeks following the conclusion of the conference. Affidavits do not need to be returned to the OU College of Law.
When will my Oklahoma or Texas CLE Credits be reported?
Please allow 2-3 weeks following the conclusion of the conference for your CLE credits to be reported to Oklahoma and Texas.