Maggie McConnell

Maggie McConnell is a seasoned oil and gas specialist focused on partnering with clients to facilitate the business process and achieve their goals. Maggie developed her pragmatic approach through both in-house and outside counsel roles. Most recently, Maggie was a Senior Attorney for a small, private E&P company, supporting the company's domestic and international operations. Prior to that, Maggie was a senior operations attorney and then Director of Litigation for a large, publicly-traded oil and gas company. Before going in-house, Maggie served as outside counsel at an international and national law firms. As a result, Maggie has extensive experience advising and counseling companies on all aspects of contract, operational, regulatory, compliance, transactional, litigation, and title matters.

 

 

Education

University of Richmond, School of Law
Juris Doctorate, Cum Laude, May 2004

University of Pittsburgh
Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, April 2000

Bar Admissions

State of Colorado, 2012

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2007 (inactive)

State of North Carolina, 2004 (inactive)

Public Speaking Events/Interviews

Presentation, Litigation 101

Providing non-lawyers an overview of the litigation process, day-to-day impacts to them, and importance of effective litigation management

  • Denver Association of Lease and Title Analysts Monthly Meeting, October 2018
  • National Association of Lease and Title Analysts Annual Conference, Anticipated August 2019
  • Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen Fall Institute, Anticipated November 2019

Presentation, Contracts 101

Providing non-lawyers an overview of the formation and key terms of contracts with a focus on common oil and gas agreements

  • National Association of Lease and Title Analysts Annual Conference, Anticipated August 2019

Interview, "Environmental Law and E-Discovery Should Not be Hazardous Waste"

December 21, 2010, ESI Bytes, http://esibytes.com/environmental-law-and-e-discovery-should-not-be-hazardous-waste/

Quoted, "More Discovery Woes from Web 2.0"

ABA Journal, Vol. 97, April 2011, p. 37