Prior to law school, Chandler Saul worked in the deregulated energy market as a commercial energy broker. This experience gave her the opportunity to develop strong negotiation skills and to develop ability to advance the needs and priorities of clients - skill-sets she draws upon daily in her legal practice.
Chandler served as a Staff Member on Texas A&M’s Law Review and co-authored a variety of scholarly works addressing issues in Texas’ Natural Resources sector. Her experience includes public policy development that affect a wide variety of industries.
Chandler is committed to cultivating strong relationships with clients and to learning about their industries, so she can best serve their legal and business needs and assist in protecting their interests and increasing their success.
- Higginbotham Inn of Court, Pupil
- Texas Bar College
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- Dallas Women Lawyers Association
- Texas Aggie Bar Association
- Co-Author, "A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" October 2020
- Co-Author, "The Fight for Footprint: Energy Development and Competing Surface Use Issues," State Bar of Texas, Texas Bar College 21st Annual Summer School, July 2019
- Co-Author, "Trouble Outside the Fence: Does Open Range Law Apply?," The Progressive Cattleman, June 2019
- Co-Author, "Agriculture and Environmental Law: Focusing on Defense Strategies," 24 Drake Journal of Agricultural Law, Spring 2019
- Co-Author, "Fences and Neighbors: Knowing the Rules," The Progressive Cattleman, April 2019
- Co-Author, "Proposed Oregon Legislation May Create Nation's Toughest Dairy Law," Texas Association of Dairymen, January 2019
- Co-Author, "How Does Texas’ Open-Range History Interact with Developments in Fencing Laws?," Texas Association of Dairymen, December 2018
- Co-Author, "FDA Look into 2018 E. Coli Outbreak Could Impact CAFOs," Texas Association of Dairymen, August 2018
- Presenter: "Arbitration and Domestic Oil and Gas Leases: How Preemptive Strategy and Drafting Can Facilitate More Effective Dispute Resolution," Texas A&M University School of Law Energy Law Symposium, Young Scholars Panel, Spring 2018