Ten Regional Meetings will be held this fall. These meetings will provide 3.0 Continuing Legal Education credits in the areas of ethics, office management, substance abuse, and/or elimination of bias. Lunch will be included at each meeting. Each Regional Meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. and will last until, approximately, 1:30 p.m. One of The State Bar’s Officers will attend each meeting.
CLE: 3.0 Attendance Credits in Ethics & Law Office Management
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Pursuant to WVC §11-10A-6, the Governor shall appoint the Chief Administrative Law Judge from a list of three qualified nominees submitted to the Governor by the Board of Governors of the West Virginia State Bar for a four-year term. Therefore, the Office of the Governor is seeking nominations for the position of Chief Administrative Law Judge of the West Virginia Office of Tax Appeals. The West Virginia State Bar Board of Governors will select three nominees for consideration by Governor Tomblin. Applicants must be admitted to the practice of law in West Virginia and have five years of full-time or equivalent part-time experience as an attorney with federal or state tax law experience or have served as a judge of a court of record.
Applications, with supporting resumes and letters of reference,must be received by Anita R. Casey (email@example.com
no later than noon on September 7, 2016.
To review a copy of the applicable statute, CLICK HERE
In August a reprint of the 2016 Michie’s West Virginia State Court Rulesvolume was issued. Due to errors and omissions in the previously issued 2016 volume, as well as the supplement thereto, this reprint completely replaces the January softbound volume AND the May 2016 softbound supplement for the state court rules.
Remember that the print version is only as current as the last edition or supplement’s publication date. For the most current, up-to-date version of West Virginia Rules of Court, always rely upon those on the Court’s website at http://www.courtswv.gov/legal-community/court-rules.html
According to a recent article from the ABA Journal, new email scams with fake disciplinary warnings & bar announcements are targeting lawyers throughout the country. Click here to view the ABA article.