Professor Rod Wetsel: “Wind Law: A Practical Perspective for 2022 and Beyond”

Location: Zoom

About the Event

In this Master Wind Class, Professor Rod Wetsel (Texas Tech University School of Law) will discuss the legal aspects of wind project development, both domestic and international. He will talk about the laws and the practical issues that confront developers, landowners, and policymakers. He will provide insights into the past growth and future expansion of wind energy, both onshore and offshore in the US. The discussion will include an overview of the wind industry, practical practice perspectives, policy discussions, recent industry developments, trends that are shaping the future, real property aspects of development projects, critical analysis of wind leases, and agreements that are indispensable in many wind transactions.

Registration Link

Registration requested. Register here. We will email the Zoom link before the class.

Spear Bio

Roderick E. Wetsel is a founding partner at the firm of Wetsel, Carmichael, Allen, & Lederle, L.L.P. in Sweetwater, Texas where he has practiced law for 44 years. He is Board Certified in Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Professor Wetsel received a B.A. with high honors and special honors in History from the University of Texas at Austin in 1975. In 1974, while earning his undergraduate degree, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later received his J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law in 1977. He was the recipient of the Ernest E. Smith Lifetime Achievement Award in Energy Law in 2019.


The University of Texas School of Law

Event series: Master Class