Robert W. Roll

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Robert Roll joined Hoge & Gameros as an associate in 2007 and was named a partner in 2018. His practice focuses primarily on oil & gas and real estate matters. His practice primarily focuses on oil & gas and real estate matters. He is Board Certified in Oil, Gas & Mineral Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is licensed to practice law in Texas and North Dakota. 

Mr. Roll represents clients in a wide variety of oil and gas matters, including negotiating and documenting the acquisition and divesture of oil and gas properties and counseling clients in matters related to their development and operation of oil and gas properties. He has extensive experience in title examination and the preparation of title opinions. In conjunction with his oil-and-gas practice, Mr. Roll has experience handling a broad range of general business and real estate matters.

Mr. Roll attended the University of Texas at Austin, double-majoring in Economics and English, and earning a B.A. in 2004.  He received his J.D. in 2007 from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, where he served as Executive Editor for the SMU Science and Technology Law Review (formerly Computer Law Review and Technology Journal).

EDUCATION

  • J.D., Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, 2007
  • B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 2004

ADMISSIONS

  • Texas, 2007
  • North Dakota, 2013

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS

  • State Bar of Texas
  • State Bar of Texas Oil, Gas & Energy Resources Law Section
  • State Bar of Texas Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Section
  • State Bar of North Dakota
  • Dallas Bar Association 
  • Dallas Bar Association Energy Law Section
  • Dallas Bar Association Real Property Law Section
  • Associate Member, Dallas Association of Petroleum Landmen
  • Member, The College of State Bar of Texas

PUBLICATION

  • Wards of the State: Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells in Texas, Dallas Bar Association Headnotes, Vol. 42, No. 8, at 19 (August 2017).
  • United States v. Councilman: An Appropriate Expansion of Internet Privacy Rights?, 10 Computer Law Review and Technology Journal 207 (2006)

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