Larry C. Hebert
He attended the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, from which he graduated with a Juris Doctorate degree in October, 1974. He finished with highest honors and was a member of the Order of the Coif.
Mr. Hebert has been in private practice in Lafayette, Louisiana, since October 1974. His professional practice has been concentrated in the corporate and commercial area, with emphasis on oil and gas, financial transactions, real estate and corporate matters, as well as litigation in these areas.
Mr. Hebert is admitted to practice in all Federal Courts in Louisiana, and in the United States Court of Appeal, Fifth Circuit.
He has organized and spoken at numerous continuing legal education seminars on oil and gas, real estate and related property contract issues sponsored by Louisiana State Bar Association, Lafayette Association of Professional Landmen, Louisiana State University Law Center, National Association of Lease and Title Analysts, and National Association of Division Order Analysts.
Mr. Hebert has served on the Advisory Council of the Institute on Mineral Law, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He also serves as Chair of the Section on Mineral Law of the Louisiana State Bar Association.
Mr. Hebert is also a member of numerous advisory committees of the Louisiana Law Institute.
Mr. Hebert is a Fellow of the Louisiana Bar Foundation.
”Royalty Issues Affecting Commercial Leases Forms,” 42nd Annual Institute on Mineral Law, 1995;
“Servitudes on Boundaries,” National Business Institute’s Boundary Law In Louisiana, 1998;
“Louisiana Mineral Code Article 122: The Concept of Mutuality,” 45th Annual Institute on Mineral Law, 1998;
“Acquisitive Prescription-A Review,” 14th Institute on Real Estate Law, 1998;
“The Oil and Gas Lease” and “Acquisition of Leases, Permits, Options, Etc. – Who, How, How Many, Why, Etc.,” Lafayette Association of Petroleum Landmen Spring Educational Seminar, 1998;
“Basic Mineral Rights for Louisiana Lawyers,” Louisiana State Bar Association CLE in the Ozarks, 1998;
“Acquisition of Oil and Gas Leases and Related Agreements, Including Farmouts and Joint Operating Agreements, and Negotiations Relating Thereto,” Association of Lease and Title Analysts, 1998;
“Professionalism in Oil and Gas Practice,” PLANO Oil and Gas Law Seminar, 1998;
“The Oil and Gas Lease,” National Association of Lease and Title Analysts, 1999;
“Cause and Consideration in the Granting of Mineral Leases and Modifications to Lease Forms” and “Recent Developments in Jurisprudence and Legislation,” Educational Seminar, Lafayette Association of Petroleum Landmen, Fall 2001;
“Prescription: Acquisitive and Liberative; Their Relevance and Roles in Title Examination and Land Work,” Lafayette Association of Petroleum Landmen Spring Seminar, 2003;
“Surface and Subsurface Rights and Obligations of the Lessee,” Lafayette Association of Petroleum Landmen, 2004;
“Ethics,” Lafayette Association of Petroleum Landmen, Spring Educational Seminar 2006;
“Common Problem Areas In the Examination of Mineral Titles,” Title Examinations in Louisiana, Louisiana Mineral Law Institute, 2006;
“Ruminations on Louisiana Oil and Gas Law”, National Association of Division Order Analysts 35th Annual Institute, 2008;
“Forced Heirs”, Lafayette Association of Petroleum Landmen Houma Spring Educational Seminar, 2010;
“Analysis of the Common, Printed Lease Forms Used in Louisiana,” 60TH Mineral Law Institute, 2013;
“A 360° View of the Landman”, AAPL – Field Landman Seminar, 2013.
“Recent Development In Louisiana Water Law”, Lafayette Association of Professional Landmen Spring 2014 Educational Seminar