Mr. Alex Kuiper counsels a variety of energy industry clients in multiple legal facets.
His legal practice focuses primarily on oil and gas law, employment law, and bankruptcy law. Kuiper routinely acts as outside counsel for private equity oil and gas companies as well as fortune 500 companies. Throughout his career, Kuiper has assisted hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth in corporate acquisitions, authored countless oil and gas title opinions, and participated in civil disputes and litigation for both young professionals and large corporations.
With his Bachelors of Arts degree in Political Science from The University of Texas, Kuiper pursued his legal education at South Texas College of Law, where he earned his (J.D.). He then began working for large private practices centered around Oil & Gas law. After extensive experience at these firms, Kuiper saw that the traditional firm’s approach to representation wasn’t matching the speed, energy and dynamic needs of their clients in modern times, and saw an opportunity to provide superior service by creating a more efficient, cost-effective and client centered approach. Kuiper then began his own firm, Kuiper Law Firm, PLLC, creating a better experience for his clients by providing effective, efficient, and personable representation by attorneys that really know the industry.
Kuiper has made Texas his home since 2006 after serving honorably in the United States Marine Corps. He is admitted in Texas, North Dakota, New Mexico and Wyoming and a member of various professional organizations.
Admitted to Bar:
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
U.S. District Court for the District of Wyoming
Oil and Gas
Mergers and Acquisitions
University of Texas (B.S.)
South Texas College of Law Houston (J.D.)
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Professional Activities, Memberships & Affiliations
- Member of The Institute for Energy Law Leadership Class, 2021-2022
- Member of Houston Association of Professional Landmen, 2014-Present
- Member of Permian Basin Petroleum Association, 2018-Present
- Member of Houston Bar Association, Energy Law Section, 2012-Present
- Member of The Foundation for Natural Resources and Energy Law, 2018-Present
- Adjunct Professor at South Texas College of Law