Winstead Energy Shareholder Jamie Bryan Recognized Among Top Women in the North Texas Oil & Gas Industry


FORT WORTH, Texas, Feb. 13, 2017, — Winstead shareholder Jamie Bryan will be recognized by the Hamon Oil and Gas Resource Center, Business and Technology Division at the Dallas Public Library during the library’s March exhibit celebrating Women’s History Month.

Winstead shareholder and energy law practice group leader, Jeff King noted, “Jamie has always been a star. Her hard work, dedication and winning attitude has distinguished her from others for many years. I am very proud to be her partner.” 

Jamie works in Winstead’s Fort Worth office and maintains a diverse litigation practice focusing on energy-related litigation, financial services litigation and complex business disputes. She also counsels clients on land use, policy issues and litigation avoidance.

The exhibit— “We’ve Come a Long Way - Celebrating Top Women in the North Texas Oil & Gas Industry"—honors notable and influential women in the oil and gas industry. The exhibit consists of events, panels and activities, including displays about the industry’s extraordinary women, showcasing photos, articles and memorabilia.

The Dallas Public library will host events, discussions and activities throughout the day on March 4 as part of its celebration of Women’s History Month. Events will take place on the fifth floor of the Business and Technology section which houses the oil and gas subject area. 

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