CHARLESTON — A low-income Marion County farmer is receiving legal assistance through a program that reached almost 50 growers during regional presentations the latter part of 2017, said the coordinator for the grant that funds the program during a recent interview.
West Virginia State Bar Association News
CHARLESTON – West Virginia State Bar Executive Director Anita Casey said easy access to information is important.
Meshea Poore is looking forward to her time as the president of the West Virginia State Bar Association.
CHARLESTON – Charleston-based insurance executive W. Marston Becker has been named by the West Virginia Bar Foundation to its list of 2017 Fellows.
CHARLESTON – A group of West Virginia’s most-gifted students recently came face-to-face with some state scholars they hope to someday succeed.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Bar Foundation has honored Charleston lawyer Rebecca Tinder by naming her to its list of 2017 Fellows.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Bar Foundation has recognized and inducted attorney Robby Aliff of Jackson Kelly as one of its Fellows.
HUNTINGTON – Attorney Christopher J. Plybon, a partner at law firm Dinsmore & Shohl’s Huntington office, has joined the select few to be named a West Virginia Bar Foundation Fellow.
CHARLESTON – There is something to be said about being the first Justice elected in a non-partisan race for a seat on West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.
CHARLESTON – With nearly 20 years experience, L. Scott Briscoe of Danville has decided to share free legal tips on Facebook to those thinking of committing a crime. Briscoe has offered more than 60 tips since he began his Facebook page, “L. Scott Briscoe’s Free Legal Tips” in February 2014.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Gov. Earl Tomblin depends on a well-established and extensive vetting process to fill vacant judgeships, but he doesn’t make bench appointments blindly.
With the devastation caused to West Virginia during the recent flooding, the legal community in the state is reaching out.
MORGANTOWN – For 36 years, the West Virginia State Bar and West Virginia University College of Law worked together to manage the primary continuing legal education program for lawyers who practice in the state.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia State Bar has received $329,000 from a U.S.
Charleston - West Virginia students are going to have to brush up on their history in order to compete in this year’s video competition from the State Bar.