Natalie Welsh

Natalie Welsh




Natalie is a Native of Southeast Texas, who moved to the “big city” of Austin to attend The University of Texas.

While in undergrad, Natalie was a member of the national service organization Alpha Phi Omega. The group is best known for performing on the football field with the largest Texas flag. After receiving her B.A. in English, she moved to Houston to attend South Texas College of Law, where she focused on Material Property and Probate and Estate Planning. Natalie had the opportunity to intern with the late Honorable Frank G. Evans, former Chief Justice of the Texas First Court of Appeals. She assisted in the appellate conference program established by Judge Evans, who was known as the “father of the alternative dispute resolution.”

Upon receiving her J.D. and license, Natalie took a position with a Title Insurance Company preparing title commitments and performing curative. Subsequently, she performed title research as a contractor with ExxonMobil. Natalie was then offered a fulltime job with the company where she worked fourteen years as both a Division Order Analyst for properties located in the Rockies, the Gulf Coast, federal offshore, Texas, California, and Alaska.

Natalie joined Kuiper Law Firm to focus on Oil and Gas, particularly title examination.

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Oil and Gas, Title Examination


The University of Texas at Austin (B.A.)
South Texas College of Law (J.D.)