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Attorney Jill Fulcher

Jill Fulcher

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Jill Fulcher focuses her practice on representing companies before the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. She has successfully obtained Commission approval for hundreds of requests for relief pertaining to drilling and spacing units, increased well density, reduced setbacks, statutory pooling, and unitization. Jill has also successfully represented clients before the COGCC for contested matters related to horizontal wellbore spacing units, APD approvals, unconventional resource units, and enhanced recovery operations. Additionally, she has represented clients before the COGCC for nearly every major rulemaking in the last decade.

In addition to representing companies before the COGCC, Jill assists clients in navigating local and federal regulations. She assists clients with local permitting and transportation access issues, as well as obtaining surface locations. Jill has helped companies enter Memoranda of Understanding with local governments, and assisted clients in defending cases before the Interior Board of Land Appeals.

When she graduated law school, Jill knew she wanted to focus her legal career on representing oil and gas companies. Through her family, Jill has strong ties to the energy industry, and believes there's no better industry that typifies risk and reward


  • University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, Colorado
    • J.D. - 2012
  • University of Oklahoma
    • B.A. - 2008

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado, 2012

Professional Associations

  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Colorado Oil and Gas Association
  • New Mexico Oil and Gas Association
  • Young Professionals in Energy
  • Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation

Published Works

  • Fundamentals of Drilling and Spacing Units and Statutory Pooling, Nuts and Bolts of Mineral Title Examination, Paper No. 17, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, co-author with Mike Wozniak (2015)
  • Leasing Waterways in the Rocky Mountain Region, The Rocky Mountain Landman, Vol. 31, Issue 7 (February 2014)

Pro-Bono Activities

  • Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
  • Young Professionals in Energy
  • Women in Energy

Past Positions

  • Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Legal Intern
  • Honorable Tammy Greene, Jefferson County Courts, Colorado, Judicial Extern (Fall, 2010)