|BAR FOUNDATION PUBLIC SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP
The WV Bar Foundation’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the awarding of its Public Service Scholarship to Michael Nissim-Sabat, a second year student at the West Virginia University College of Law. He was selected through the Law School’s scholarship selection process based upon the criteria of making a commitment to be involved in public service activities upon the completion of his law school education.
In receiving the full scholarship for the second time, Michael sent the following message to the Board—“Again, thank you very much for the very generous gift. This scholarship has provided me such wonderful opportunities. I am now the President of Public Interest Advocates at WVU, and we are looking to expand our fellowship opportunities for our student body.”
Congratulations to Michael and good luck to him as he continues his legal education at the WVU College of Law!
|OVER 100 REGISTERED FOR LUNCH AND LAUGHS
More than 100 lawyers, judges and honored guests are already committed to attending the “friendly roast” of WVU Law School Dean Emeritus John W. Fisher, II, during the Second “Lunch and Laughs with a Legal Legend” event at the Erickson Alumni Center in Morgantown on Friday, November 2, 2012, beginning at 11:30 AM.
The following distinguished entities have already agreed to serve as Sponsors for this excellent endeavor: MedExpress
Steptoe and Johnson
White Law Offices
WV Bar Foundation
WVU College of Law
WVU President’s Office
In addition, Bowles, Rice, Chesapeake Energy, Professor Charles DiSalvo, Judy and Rob Fisher, James H. Harless, Phillips, Gardill, Kaiser and Altmeyer Law Office, Sue Seibert Farnsworth, Justice Larry Starcher, WesBanco and the Weber Law Office have made contributions and/or purchased tickets for this highly anticipated activity.
The distinguished roasters are Ohio State University President and former WVU Law School Dean and WVU President, Gordon Gee, WVU Law School Dean Joyce McConnell and WVU Law School Professor and WVU President Emeritus, David Hardesty, with additional comments from WVU President James Clements.
The proceeds from the lunch will be divided between Dean Fisher’s choice of scholarships for WVU Law School students and Bar Foundation grants to improve the administration of justice. Last year, just over $25,000 was generated for these worthwhile endeavors.
Single tickets are available for $60 with special sponsor tables with ten seats costing $2,000. The majority of the amount is tax deductible.
Make your reservations TODAY by contacting the Bar Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-343-9823.
A Good Time for a Good Cause.
The Bar Foundation wishes to express its sincere appreciation to the following lawyers who are new or renewed members for the current fiscal year:
Aaron Amore-Charles Town
Montie Van Nostrand-Webster Springs
These lawyers’ commitment to the Bar Foundation, the philanthropic organization for West Virginia’s legal profession and the justice system, is gratefully acknowledged.
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West Virginia Bar Foundation
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Charleston, WV 25364
The philanthropic organization for West Virginia’s legal profession and justice system.
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