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Norma Hageney, J.D.

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Norma Hageney is an Associate Attorney at Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC.

Ms. Hageney’s practice focuses primarily on oil and gas law, specifically the preparation of drilling and division order title opinions. She also advises her clients on title issues, leasing, joint operating agreements, purchase and sale agreements, and other land related tasks. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Texas A&M University, and she received her Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law in 2017.

Prior to joining Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC, Norma clerked for The Honorable Judge Elaine H. Palmer in the Harris County 215th Civil District Court where she drafted legal memorandum. After graduating from law school, she worked as a petroleum landman at a Houston-based oil and gas broker. Subsequently, she began working at an oil and gas law firm in Houston where she drafted drilling and division order title opinions.

Norma Hageney is licensed to practice law in Texas. She is based in the Houston, Texas, office of Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC.

Prior Experience:

  • Kirby Mathews & Walrath – Contract Attorney

  • Tiger Stripe Resources – Petroleum Landman

Admissions to Practice:


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