Keith Hall comes to Pitt Law from Louisiana State University where he teaches in mineral and energy law and is the Director of the Louisiana Mineral Law Institute. Hall received his BS in Chemical Engineering from Louisiana State University in 1985.  Following graduation, Hall worked for eight years as a chemical engineer. Hall received his JD from Loyola University School of Law in 1996, where he graduated summa cum laude. While at Loyola, Hall served as Managing Editor of Loyola Law Review and was a member of Moot Court.  Upon law school graduation, Hall joined the firm of Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann, L.L.C. where he remained until joining the Law Center faculty. 

JD, Loyola University School of Law
BS (Chemical Engineering), Louisiana State University

Selected Publications

Keith B. Hall, The Continuing Role of Implied Covenants in Developing Leased Lands, 49 Washburn L.J. 313(2010).

Keith B. Hall, Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure, Fifth Circuit Symposium, 46 Loy. L. Rev. 101 (2000).

Keith B. Hall, Evidentiary Presumptions, 72 Tul. L. Rev. 1321 (1998).

Keith B. Hall, In re American Waste: A Clumsy Expansion of the Right to Litigate Environmental Issues, 41 Loy. L. Rev. 353 (1995).


Keith B. Hall, Hydraulic Fracturing Litigation, The Advocate, ( 2011)

Keith B. Hall, Recent Developments: Environmental Law, Louisiana Bar Journal, (Jan. 2003)

Keith B. Hall, Hydraulic Fracturing: What are the Legal Issues, Louisiana Bar Journal, (Jan. 2011)