Ron Hammock practices Oil and Gas Law, Title Examination and Successions/Probate.
Mr. Hammock received a Juris Doctorate from Loyola University School of Law in 1981 and was admitted to the practice of law by the Louisiana Supreme Court that same year.
Mr. Hammock served as Law Clerk for the Honorable Wallace C. LeBrun, Twenty-Fourth Judicial District Court for the Parish of Jefferson. After leaving his Judiciary appointment, Mr. Hammock practiced civil law with concentrations in oil and gas, title opinions, acquisitions, insurance defense, family law, successions and probate.
For the past 14 years Mr. Hammock has focused on the oil and gas industry and is highly proficient in all aspects of title, acquisition, due diligence, damages and curative. He has performed these services as a field landman, project manager and attorney for Land Services Companies and major Oil and Gas Exploration Companies throughout the country with projects in Louisiana, Texas, Wyoming, Colorado, North Dakota, and Oklahoma, among others. Most
notably Mr. Hammock has significant experience in the Haynesville Shale, Powder River Basin, Bakken and DJ Basin and to a lesser degree in the Permian Basin and SCOOP.
He is a native of New Orleans and currently lives in Youngsville, Louisiana and is blessed with his wife Linda, two wonderful daughters, Aimee and Dianna and one extremely active and athletic grandson Avani.
Admitted to Bar:
US District Court Eastern District of Louisiana
US District Court Western District of Louisiana
Oil and Gas; Title Examination; Curative; Successions/Probate
Loyola University New Orleans (B.A.)
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law (J.D.)