Purple Land Management was proud to host newly named Texas Tech University School of Law Dean, Jack Wade Nowlin, at a reception for law alumni. The event, held September 14th at PLM’s Corporate office in downtown Fort Worth, was attended by fifty local alumni of Texas Tech School of Law. PLM has been actively recruiting law graduates and energy management students from Texas Tech for several years.
The event was sponsored by Purple Land Management and Tech Law Alumni Adrian Macias. Adrian is PLM’s Vice President of Corporate Development. “Some of our best landmen in Midland and Fort Worth are law graduates of Texas Tech School of Law. We were so excited to welcome Dean Nowlin to Fort Worth and to allow the local Tech Law alumni to come to our corporate office and learn more about what we do here at PLM.”
This event was one of many around the state that Dean Nowlin has attended since being named head of Tech Law on June 6, 2017. Events were held for local alumni from El Paso to Dallas. Dean Nowlin is a native of San Angelo, Texas, and spent the previous seventeen years at Ole Miss.
Temple Anderson, manager of PLM’s Midland, TX, office, will attend a career fair at Texas Tech University next Wednesday, September 27, 2017. If you are interested in attending and learning more about career opportunities with PLM, please contact Kristen Leighton at firstname.lastname@example.org.