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Samantha L. Bitely

Law Clerk

Samantha L. Bitely is a law clerk at Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC. Samantha plans to receive her J.D. from South Texas College of Law in 2019. Samantha graduated early from The University of Texas at San Antonio where she also earned a certificate of legal reasoning from the Institute for Law and Public Affairs.

Samantha’s experience includes research and work on surface and mineral title issues in Texas and Colorado and assisting with drafting a variety of title opinions. She has also participated in extensive research for oil and gas contract disputes and assisted with business entity formations and company agreements.

Prior to joining the firm, Samantha gained experience in the oil and gas industry as an analyst at Applus RTD, a pipeline Inspection company. Her clients consisted of projects with Exxon, Enbridge Energy, Koch Pipeline, Marathon Oil and Kinder Morgan. Samantha intends to focus her career in oil and gas transactional work.

Samantha Bitely is based in the Houston, Texas, office of Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC.

Prior Experience:

  • Applus RTD, Pipeline Inspection Company: Analyst

Admissions to Practice:


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