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Morgantown attorney named to West Virginia's 50 Wonder Women of 2016

MORGANTOWN --  Tammie Alexander, who practices law in Morgantown, has been named one of WV Living's 50 Wonder Women of 2016..

Chamber president: Election rejected status quo politics

CHARLESTON – West Virginia Chamber of Commerce President Steve Roberts said the 2016 election revealed West Virginians’ dissatisfaction with existing government.

Dinsmore & Shohl bowling for charity raises $9,000

CHARLESTON – Every year, Dinsmore & Shohl’s Charleston office holds its annual Friends of Shohl Bowl, an event that benefits West Virginia charities, and on Nov. 20 the firm raised about $9,000 as well as additional donated items.

WVU law student finds new ways to gain exposure before graduation

MORGANTOWN -- Jennifer L. Bauer, a third-year law student at West Virginia University, was recently published by the Institute for Human Rights and Business, an international human rights organization. 

WVU Law School EILC awarded for entrpreneurial support to West Virginia businesses

MORGANTOWN – The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Law Clinic at West Virginia University recently was presented with the 2015 Entrepreneurial Support of the Year award by TechConnectWV, which further brings recognition to a beneficial program for both students and local businesses and organizations.

Federal grant helps WVU law students gain better experience with land use law and policy

A $150,000 grant from the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) was recently offered to the West Virginia University Land Use and Sustainable Development (LUSD) Law Clinic to support an ongoing partnership.

Brookings Institution workshop addresses coal industry

West Virginia University (WVU) Law experts recently attended a Brookings Institution workshop discussing current obstacles and the future of the West Virginia coal mining industry.