|LUNCH AND LAUGHS WITH A LEGAL LEGEND
On Friday, October 7, 2011, the WV Bar Foundation will host the first “Lunch and Laughs with a Legal Legend” at the Erickson Alumni Center in Morgantown. It will be a “roast” of David C. Hardesty, Jr., with well known individuals telling humorous stories and funny jokes about the WVU President Emeritus and current WVU Law School Professor.
The proceeds from the event will be designated to Professor Hardesty’s choice of scholarships for WVU Law School students and for Bar Foundation grants to improve the administration of justice in West Virginia.
More information coming in the near future.
Circle October 7, 2011 on your calendar for lunch in Morgantown—A Good Time for a Good Cause!
|ABF/BAR FOUNDATION FELLOWS JOINT MEETING
For the first time ever, the American Bar Foundation Fellows invite the WV Bar Foundation Fellows to a joint meeting
during the AB Fellows annual luncheon in conjunction with the meeting of The WV Bar Association at the Greenbrier Hotel. The combined luncheon is scheduled for 11:30 AM (prompt start) in the Chesapeake Bay Room on Friday, August 12, 2011.
The Bar Foundation Fellows program is modeled after the American Bar Foundation, and almost all ABF Fellows are also Fellows of the WV Bar Foundation. During the luncheon, there will be discussions regarding possible joint programs and activities. Fellows wishing to attend the August 12 combined luncheon should reply by August 1 by contacting the WVBA at 800-942-9822 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The WVBA Annual Meeting is an excellent educational, networking and social event. To register for the entire three day meeting, go to http://www.wvbarassociation.org/
Bar Foundation Fellow Chief Judge John P. Bailey (Northern District Federal Court-Wheeling) has made a generous contribution to support the programs and activities of the Bar Foundation in memory of Sam Aloi, Sr., the father of Bar Foundation Board of Directors member and Bar Foundation Fellow Michael John Aloi (Fairmont), who passed away recently. The funds will be utilized for grants to worthwhile charitable West Virginia organizations to improve the administration of justice and the provision of legal services to the state’s citizens. Donations to the Bar Foundation are tax deductible.
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