Press Release – Andrew Emerson Glaze Receives Board Certification in Oil, Gas & Mineral Law

AUSTIN (January 30, 2013) ­­− Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS) announced Andrew Emerson Glaze received Board Certification in Oil, Gas and Mineral Law. Mr. Glaze currently practices in Dallas where he is part of Hameline & Eccleston, LLP.

Board Certification is a voluntary designation program certifying Texas attorneys in 21 specific areas of law. Board Certified attorneys must be licensed for at least five years, devote a required percentage of practice to a specialty area for at least three years, attend continuing education seminars, pass an evaluation by fellow lawyers and judges and pass a 6-hour written examination.

“An attorney has to do something extra to get certified and then they have to continue to work and acquire knowledge in their specialty area to remain certified.  You could say it is a life-long commitment,” said Judy Lenox, Chairman of the TBLS Board of Directors.

Mr. Glaze is a 2006 graduate of Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. Andrew has been a part of the law firm of Hameline & Eccleston, LLP since 2010 and was licensed by the State Bar of Texas in 2006.

Board Certification is offered in 21 specific areas of law to attorneys. Initial certification is valid for five years. To remain certified attorneys and paralegals must apply for recertification every five years and meet substantial involvement, peer review and continuing legal education requirements for their specialty area.

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About TBLS

Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS) is authorized by the Supreme Court of Texas. It certifies attorney in 21 specific areas of law and paralegals in six specific areas. TBLS serves as a resource by listing all certified attorneys and paralegals on their online database. TBLS works to ensure that the citizens of Texas receive the highest quality legal services.

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