Jordan Mullins joined Flowers Davis in August 2017. His practice focuses in the areas of oil and gas title opinions and real estate law. He enjoys the challenge of conducting thorough legal and title research to determine leasehold and ownership of the mineral and surface estates for his clients.
Prior to joining the firm, Jordan worked at XTO Energy and as a petroleum landman in which he has gained extensive experience in the energy industry.
During law school, Jordan interned at the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals where he researched and wrote case opinions for Judge Liles Burke. He also mediated cases in the district court of Montgomery, Alabama.
Outside of work, Jordan enjoys snow skiing, hiking, hunting, fishing, and spending time with his wife, Shelly, and their children.
Faulkner University-Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2011
University of Texas at Tyler, Master of Business Administration, 2007
Abilene Christian University, Bachelor of Business Administration-Finance, 2004
State Bar of Texas, 2013
Jones Public Interest Law Foundation
National Appellate Advocacy Competition Moot Court Team
Phi Alpha Delta – Law Fraternity
Phi Beta Lambda – Future Business Leaders of America
HONORS & AWARDS
Mediation Clinic Certificate
Public Interest Fellow
Oil & Gas Litigation
Oil & Gas Title Opinions
Real Estate Law
State Bar of Texas, Oil and Gas Section
Smith County Bar Association
Dallas Bar Association
East Texas Association of Petroleum Landmen
Terrell Share Center
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TYLER, TX (September 26, 2018) ¬¬– On September 19, 2018, Flowers Davis attorneys Rob Knight and Jordan Mullins spoke at the monthly luncheon for the Houston Association of Professional Landmen. The event was held at the Houston Petroleum Club and the topic was “Ethical Considerations: Trilogy of Working as Lawyers […]Read More
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