|JUDGE MICHAEL JOHN ALOI
On August 4, 2011, Michael John Aloi of Fairmont was sworn in as the new Circuit Court Judge in Marion County. He was appointed by Acting Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to the judicial position that had been held for over four
decades by retiring Judge Fred L. Fox, II.
Pictured above, on the left, is Judge Fox, administering the oath of office to Judge Aloi, on the right, as Marion County Chief Judge David R. Janes, holds the Bible. Judge Aloi has been a member of the Bar Foundation’s Board of Directors and is a Bar
|LUNCH AND LAUGHS-“ROASTERS”
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 from 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM. It will be a “roast” of David C. Hardesty, Jr., with the proceeds from the event being 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.
The well known and well respected individuals who will be telling humorous stories and funny jokes about Professor Hardesty are U.S. District Court Judge Irene Keeley, former Law School Dean and current Professor, John Fisher, and two civic and business leaders, Parry Petroplus of Morgantown and Scott Rotruck of Charleston, with Tom Heywood of Charleston serving as the Master of
Information on sponsorships ($2,000) and individual tickets ($60) is available by contacting Tom Tinder at 304-343-9823 or email@example.com
Make plans now for lunch in Morgantown on October 7, 2011—A Good Time for a Good Cause!
|NEW AND CONTINUING MEMBERS
The Bar Foundation is pleased to welcome new members and continuing members, who have paid their annual dues for
the 2011-2012 fiscal year. They are:
Vance Golden, III-Parkersburg
Taunja Willis Miller-Morgantown
James O. Watkins-Fairmont
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