pixilstudio-headshot-amy-014-webAMY MOWRY

Amy centers her practice around real property and natural resources matters, helping landowners and interest holders navigate the complexities of property law across the Rocky Mountain region. Amy earned a J.D. in 2005 from the University of Wyoming, then worked for several Denver law firms, specializing in oil and gas title examination and advising oil and gas operators on exploration and development issues. She founded Mowry Law in 2015 to better tailor her services to the unique needs of each of her clients with real property concerns in Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota and Montana.

 

Colorado (2006)

Wyoming (2006)

North Dakota (2008)

Montana (2012)

Presenter: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: Livestock Containment Laws in Wyoming, Colorado and Montana
Wyoming State Bar Annual Meeting, September 2016
Presentation Slides

 

Co-presenter: Trust Issues in Title Examination
Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen monthly luncheon, January 2016
Presentation Slides

 

Co-author and Presenter: Applying Federal Environmental Laws to CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Special Institute on Enhanced Oil Recovery – Legal Framework for Sustainable Management of Mature Oil Fields, May 2015

 

Co-author and Presenter: Mineral Title under Water Bodies, Railroads, Streets and Highways
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Special Institute on Mineral Title Examination, April 2015

 

Co-author: Title Due Diligence in Oil and Gas and Mining Transactions
Natural Resources & Environment Journal, American Bar Association, October 2014

 

Presenter: Conservation Easements and Minerals Development in Wyoming
Wyoming State Bar Annual Meeting, September 2014

 

Author: Commencement of Operations under Fee Oil and Gas Leases: the End of the Beginning, or the Beginning of the End
Law360, July 2014

 

Presenter: Balancing Risk in Title Opinions
American Association of Professional Landmen, Utah Land Institute, February 2014

 

Co-author and Presenter: Balancing Risk in Title Opinions
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Special Institute on Advanced Mineral Title Examination
January 2014

 

Presenter: Determining Mineral Ownership under Railroads and Other Rights-of-Way
Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen, 39th Annual Fall Land Institute, October 2012

 

Co-author: Mineral Title under Water Bodies, Railroads, Streets and Highways
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Journal (Volume 49 Issue 1, September 2012)

 

Co-author and Presenter: Mineral Title under Water Bodies, Railroads, Streets and Highways
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Special Institute on the Nuts and Bolts of Title Examination, February 2012

 

Author: Review of Legal Resources: Energy and Environmental Project Finance Law and Taxation: New Investment Techniques
The Colorado Lawyer, October 2011

 

Author: Mineral Ownership under the Pacific Railroad Laws
The Rocky Mountain Landman (Volume 29 Issue 2, October 2011)

 

Author: Troubleshooting Uncertain Mineral Ownership in Montana
The Rocky Mountain Landman (Volume 28 Issue 1, January 2011)

 

Co-author: Vance v. Wolfe Adds Water Considerations for Colorado Oil and Gas Producers
The Rocky Mountain Landman (Volume 27 Issue 2, October 2009)

 

Presenter: Title Opinion Requirements
Client-hosted conference, January 2009

Author: North Dakota’s Dormant Mineral Lapse Statutes
The Rocky Mountain Landman (Volume 26 Issue 1, September 2008)

J.D., University of Wyoming College of Law

Doctoral Studies, University of Colorado at Boulder English Department

Ed.M., Harvard University Graduate School of Education

M.A., English, University of Wyoming

B.A., English, University of Pennsylvania