Mr. Broomes is a former submarine officer and petroleum engineer whose primary area... more
Mr. Broomes is a former submarine officer and petroleum engineer whose primary area of practice is oil and gas law. John co-authors the chapter on oil and gas law in the Kansas Annual Survey of the Law, and he is a frequent speaker on the subject at events sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, the Kansas Bar Association, and the Energy and Mineral Law Foundation. He previously... view profile
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