Andrew Dunn is an oil and gas trial attorney whose practice focuses on all aspects of Oklahoma Corporation Commission litigation. Prior to joining Levinson, Smith, and Huffman PC., Andrew served as Senior Administrative Law Judge for the Oklahoma Corporation Commission between 2014-2019, deciding small to complex conservation and pollution cases.
Andrew received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Tulsa College of Law (2013) and his Master of Laws in Oil and Gas from the University of Oklahoma College of Law (2014). Andrew was named to the Dean’s Honor Role at TU Law and was ranked #1 in his class at OU Law. Finally, he was a law clerk to OCC ALJ David Leavitt during his OU Oil and Gas Master’s program.
During his tenure at the OCC, Andrew managed the Oil and Gas Institute conference, managed court reporters, and attended various workgroups concerning seismicity, pollution, and other technical hot topics. Former Judge Dunn heard matters regarding spacing (conventional and horizontal, including 1280), force pooling, location exception, multiunit, increased density (conventional and horizontal), separate allowable, exception to the “600′ rule,” exception to the waiver requirement, and UIC applications. This also included petroleum storage tank matters (AST/UST/LUST/Indemnity Fund). Some of his more interesting cases include;
(OCC Notice Standard) CD 201604122 – Gaedeke Oil and Gas Company
(OCC UIC Landowner Protest) PD 201600095 – YDF, INC.
(LUST/Indemnity Fund Request) PSD 201700012 – Robyn Strickland
(Individual v. Oil Co. FMV Dispute) CD 201707592-T – Midstates Petroleum Company
Andrew and his wife, Stacey Helmerich Dunn, were married in the Boston Avenue Church in Tulsa. He and his wife are involved with various local oil and gas associations as well as non-profits. They welcomed one daughter, Caroline, in 2019.