CHARLESTON -- Rob Aliff, an attorney in the Jackson Kelly's Charleston Litigation Department, has been elected to the West Virginia State Bar Board of Governors.
The announcement was made at the organization's 2008 Annual Meeting.
"This is an honor for Rob and the firm," said Mike Foster, manager member of Jackson Kelly. "That he was elected by his peers to the Board of Governors, speaks to his outstanding reputation as a lawyer and a person. It is vital that Jackson Kelly lawyers remain active in our communities and profession. I commend Rob's commitment to the legal community and to West Virginia."
The West Virginia State Bar is the organization of all lawyers licensed to practice law in West Virginia and exists to serve members, the legal profession and the public. The mission of the West Virginia State Bar is to improve the administration of justice and enhance the provision of legal services to our citizens.
Jackson Kelly represents global corporations, national companies, entrepreneurs and individuals. The firm has offices across West Virginia and in Kentucky, Colorado, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. For more information about Jackson Kelly, visit the firm's Web site at http://www.jacksonkelly.com.