Joe Schremmer teaches courses on oil and gas, property, business, and commercial law. He primarily writes about oil, gas, and mineral law and property rights in the subsurface of land. Schremmer's articles have appeared in the Washington Law Review, the University of Colorado Law Review (forthcoming), the Utah Law Review, the University of Kansas Law Review, and the Journal of Legal Education (forthcoming), among others.
Schremmer joined the law faculty in 2019 following six years in private practice with small firms. Among many other areas of civil practice, Schremmer maintained a comprehensive oil and gas practice, representing numerous producers and royalty owners in litigation and transactional matters. He also served as general counsel for a privately held oil and gas exploration, production, and service company. He is a past president of the Oil, Gas, and Minerals Section of the Kansas Bar Association. Before becoming a lawyer, Schremmer worked in a variety of jobs in the oil and gas industry in Kansas, where he was born and raised.