The Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal (ONE J) focuses on all facets of the energy and natural resources industry—including oil and gas, wind and other renewables, water, and agriculture. Since ONE J began operation in the spring of 2015, its student editorial boards have published over 4,100 pages of scholarly articles and case summaries. Students publish a new ONE J issue online four times a year.
According to statistics from Digital Commons, ONE J works have been downloaded over 56,875 times from 3,864 institutions in 164 countries since the journal’s founding. In the ‘Energy and Utilities Law Commons’ section of the Digital Commons site, five of the ten most popular articles for December 2017 came from ONE J. The readership for these works consists of scholars and practitioners around the world.
ONE J is the first peer-reviewed publication of its kind in the nation. The journal also hosts an annual symposium each spring.
Students at the College of Law are eligible to join ONE J during the summer before their 2L year. Rising 2L students may receive offers for membership based on either their performance in first-year classes or their written submissions during the annual law review writing competition. Rising 3L students and transfer students are also eligible for membership through the writing competition.
ONE J’s August 2020 issue is available on the Current Issues page, featuring two new articles. The articles are: "Necessity or Overreach? Weighing the Costs and Benefits of State Law Interpretation in Oil and Gas Bankruptcy Cases," by Laura N. Coordes, and "Host Granting Instrument Models: Why Do They Matter and for Whom," by Eduardo Guedes Pereira, Cătălin-Gabriel Stănescu, Wan Mohd Zulhafiz, Felipe Rodrigues Caldas Feres, Waniss Almashri Otman, Yanal Abul Failat & Aaron Koenck. The issue also includes recent case summaries on topics within the ONE J fields.
Editors serving on the ONE J editorial board for 2020-2021 are: Editor-in-Chief: Jake Ware; Managing Editor: Jared Plaudis; Case Editors: Will Dakil, Modupe Adamolekun, and Sam Moore; Articles Editors: John Sheldon, Joe Leatherwood, and Alyssa Poe; Submissions Editor: Cole Brown; and Symposium Coordinator: Spencer Gill.
Volume 5, issue 4 of ONE J was published in April and is also available on the Current Issues page. The issue featured student articles written by ONE J 2019-2020 member candidates. The articles are:"The Battle for Oil: Fighting Through Corruption & Changing Socio-Economic Landscapes to Win over Africa’s Biggest Giants," by Modupe Adamolekun; "Parker Drilling Mgmt. Servs., Ltd. v. Newton: Drilling Down on the Law of the Outer Continental Shelf," by William Dakil; "Budding Marijuana Industry Meets Climate & Environmental Crisis: A Call to Legislative Action," by Spencer Gill; "Identifying the Pillars of a Pro-Solar Energy Policy: A Multi-State Survey of Distributed Solar Energy Generation Laws," by Samuel Moore; "Balkanization in Oil and Gas: How Home Rule Constitutional Provisions Disrupt State Law," by Dan Ray; "Can You Dig It? A Note on the U.S. Supreme Court’s Atomic Energy Act Preemption Decision in Virginia Uranium, Inc. v. Warren," by John Shelden; and "Contractual Interpretations, Ambiguities, and Litigation Difficulties Presented in the Context of Oil and Gas Leases as a Result of the Texas Supreme Court’s Decision in Murphy Exploration & Prod. Co.-USA v. Adams, 560 S.W.3d 105 (Tex. 2018)," by Jake B. Ware.
Jake Ware, Editor-in-Chief: Jake.B.Warefirstname.lastname@example.org
Jared Plaudis, Managing Editor: Jared.S.Plaudisemail@example.com
Cole Brown, Submissions Editor: Cole.B.Brownfirstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (405) 325-5191
ONE J’s regular mailing address is: ONE J: Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal, University of Oklahoma College of Law, 300 Timberdell Road, Norman, OK 73019