West Virginia Wesleyan College News

WVU Law grad Kimberly Reed appointed to Export-Import bank office

By Carrie Salls | Oct 17, 2017

WASHINGTON – Kimberly A. Reed, a 1996 graduate of the West Virginia University College of Law, credits her West Virginia upbringing as a driving force on the path that has led to her appointment as first vice president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States.

Impact of Upper Big Branch felt throughout West Virginia

By W.J. Kennedy | Apr 21, 2016

CHARLESTON – A top underground mine safety attorney says he still wants answers as to what caused the 2010 Upper Big Branch Mine explosion that killed 29 miners.

PERSONNEL FILE: New equity shareholders for Bailey & Wyant

By Staff reports | Jan 8, 2015

CHARLESTON – As of Jan. 1, John P. Fuller, Jason S. Hammond, and Brian D. Morrison have joined Charles R. Bailey and Marc J. Slotnick as equity shareholders of Bailey & Slotnick PLLC, a member of Bailey & Wyant PLLC.

Davis will be chief justice in 2014

By Staff reports | Dec 30, 2013

Robin Davis, left, will succeed Brent Benjamin, right, as chief justice of the state Supreme Court in 2014.

PERSONNEL FILE: Four attorneys join Bowles Rice

By Staff reports | Nov 4, 2013

CHARLESTON - Four attorneys have recently joined regional law firm Bowles Rice. The new associates are Michael A. Bush, Michael C. Cardi, Christopher Lee Edwards and Elizabeth A. Margolin.

Loser says Upshur sheriff-elect violated Hatch Act

By Lawrence Smith | May 31, 2012

Taylor BUCKHANNON – An Upshur County attorney is contesting the certification of the May 8 primary election for sheriff saying the winner's candidacy violated state and federal law.

Davis to speak at Upshur dropout prevention summit

By The West Virginia Record | Feb 14, 2012

Davis BUCKHANNON -– Supreme Court Justice Robin Jean Davis will be the keynote speaker at an Upshur County Schools Dropout Prevention Summit this week.

Davis proud of accomplishments, record

By Chris Dickerson | Feb 10, 2012

Davis CHARLESTON -- Regardless of how many people are running for the two state Supreme Court seats up for grabs this year, Justice Robin Jean Davis is focused on keeping hers.

What judges see on 'The Law Works'

By The West Virginia Record | Feb 2, 2012

Ringer Get a first-hand account of what goes through a judge's mind as they take in the information being presented, including what they see, on the next "The Law Works," at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9 on West Virginia PBS.

Marion Co. judge to speak at WVU College of Law

By The West Virginia Record | Nov 10, 2011

MORGANTOWN -– Judge Michael Aloi, who was appointed to the 16th Judicial Circuit serving Marion County earlier this year, will speak at West Virginia University's College of Law Nov. 14 at noon in the Marlyn Lugar Courtroom.

New judge to take office in Marion County

By The West Virginia Record | Jul 28, 2011

CHARLESTON -– West Virginia's newest circuit judge will be sworn into office in a ceremony at 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, in the main courtroom in the Marion County Courthouse. The public is invited to attend, and no RSVP is necessary.

Aloi appointed to Marion judge post

By The West Virginia Record | Jul 11, 2011

CHARLESTON -- Acting Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has appointed Marion County native and Fairmont lawyer Michael John Aloi as judge for the 16th Judicial Circuit serving Marion County.

Davis to run for Court in 2012

By Jessica M. Karmasek and Chris Dickerson | Jun 1, 2011

Davis CHARLESTON -- West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis announced Wednesday she is running for re-election to the Court in 2012.

PERSONNEL FILE: Hoover joins Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso

By The West Virginia Record | Jan 13, 2011

Hoover CHARLESTON -- Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso is pleased to announce that Keith R. Hoover has joined the firm's Charleston office.

PERSONNEL FILE: Woods joins Pullin Fowler Flanagan

By The West Virginia Record | Jun 23, 2010

Woods CHARLESTON -– Andrew Woods (Drew) has joined the law firm of Pullin, Fowler, Flanagan, Brown & Poe as a member and will be working out of its Charleston office.

PERSONNEL FILE: Bowles Rice names new Web designer, creative design specialist

By The West Virginia Record | Jun 11, 2009

Boyd CHARLESOTN -- The law firm of Bowles Rice McDavid Graff & Love has announced that Austin Boyd has joined the firm as Web Designer and Creative Design Specialist.

McGraw, Obama in trouble in W.Va., poll shows

By John O'Brien | Oct 31, 2008

McGraw CHARLESTON - Four-term West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw likely will fail in his efforts to be re-elected, a North Carolina-based polling firm says.

Undergrad Day at the Capitol set for Jan. 31

By The West Virginia Record | Jan 24, 2008

CHARLESTON – One hundred students, including 18 from Marshall University, will participate in the fifth annual Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol on Jan. 31.

PERSONNEL FILE: Spilman, Thomas & Battle announces new members

By The West Virginia Record | Jan 3, 2008

CHARLESTON -- The law firm of Spilman Thomas & Battle is pleased to announce the election of the following new members:

Davis speaks to Children's Justice Task Force

By The West Virginia Record | Nov 1, 2007

CHARLESTON -– Supreme Court Chief Justice Robin Jean Davis spoke Oct. 30 to the 15th annual Conference of the West Virginia Children's Justice Task Force at the Charleston Civic Center.

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