Dakota Hawkins practices primarily in the areas of energy & natural resources, oil & gas title, and commercial & business litigation, with a focus in Energy Law, earning the Energy Graduate Certificate from the Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center in Baton Rouge, LA in 2018.
While in law school, Dakota was an extern for the Honorable Judge Brian A. Jackson, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Louisiana. In addition, before attending law school, Dakota served as an Infantry Rifleman (0311) for the United States Marine Corps Reserve from 2012 – 2015.
Shreveport Bar Magazine “Top Attorney”, 2021
LSU Journal of Energy Law & Resources, Volume VI, Senior Articles Editor
LSU Dean’s Scholar Award 2017-2018
LSU The Federalist Society, President
ULM Honors Program Graduate
Honors in the University ULM Mock Trial, Gold Team Member
Pi Sigma Alpha Honors Society
“To Sell or Not to Sell, That Is the Question: The Rescission of Sale on the Basis of Lesion and Its Applicability to Mineral Rights, 6,” LSU Journal of Energy Law & Resources, 2018
“Mandatory Arbitration Agreements and the Power of the Tweet,” co-authored with Paul W. Breaux for the La. Bar Journal, Vol. 66, No. 147, 2018