LaBecca Price Buselli Joins the Smith • Rose • Finley Team

LaBecca Price Buselli Joins the Smith • Rose • Finley Team

Posted By Smith Rose Finley || 27-Sep-2018

LaBecca Price Buselli Joins the Smith • Rose • Finley Team

We are pleased to announce the newest member of the Smith • Rose • Finley team: LaBecca Price Buselli. LaBecca joins us after spending 7 years working with oil companies and contract landman, during which time she specialized in drafting acquisitions, drilling, and division order title opinions. Backed by the invaluable experience she gained during this time, LaBecca’s primary focus at our firm will be in the areas of:

  • Property Law
  • Oil & Gas Law
  • Real Estate
  • Probate
  • Guardianships

We are beyond excited to welcome LaBecca to our team, and we look forward to the wisdom, knowledge, and experience she’ll bring to both our firm and our clients, particularly in some of her main areas of focus, such as property law and oil and gas law.

Read LaBecca’s full bio here.

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