Mr. Rammell graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 2007, with distinction. In 2013, he earned an LL.M. degree in Natural Resources from the University of Utah College of Law. During his LL.M. he was awarded a scholarship from the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and was a David C. Williams Memorial Graduate Fellow.
Justin has served as counsel to oil and gas operators and mineral owners since 2007. He is involved locally as the Regional Director of the American Association of Professional Landmen and is a past President of the Utah Association of Petroleum Landmen (2013-2014). Recently, he spoke at the Rocky Mountain Land Institute of the American Associate of Petroleum Landmen on curing mineral title through probate actions. Justin has been involved with the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation on program committees and is a past update author of the American Law of Mining, 2d.
In his free time, Justin enjoys the great outdoors with his children, reading voraciously, and beekeeping.
Experience When it Counts
Mr. Rammell has conducted mineral title opinions across the Rocky Mountain region for oil and gas exploration companies of all sizes. He has served as counsel for investors, developers, and financing institutions in a variety of natural resource transactions.