Stories about WVU Law.
WVU Law’s recent placement rate for federal clerkships is among the top 25 in the country, including No. 8 in the South.*
The Louis Johnson Scholarship at WVU Law was established with a $1.3 million gift from a trust created by former U.S. Secretary of Defense Louis Arthur Johnson.
"I had never considered attending law school before that, but once I saw the program it seemed like too great of an opportunity to pass up."
“I believe I have a responsibility to try to improve the lives of others as much as possible.”
Professors McGinley and Weise waged an "epic legal battle" to force the release of vital information on the national distribution of opioid pills.
Four WVU Law students gained practical legal experience while working in one judge’s chambers.
WVU Law graduate Alex Aide works for Born This Way Foundation, overseeing global initiatives that empower youth to thrive and drive positive change in their communities and beyond.
Francesca graduated in May 2020 and started clerking for the Honorable Frank W. Volk in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia.
A Du Bois Fellow, Brice wanted to study the law outside of his home state of Texas.
Emily Cramer helped protect the intellectual property of global businesses this summer working in Beijing, China.
When Mitch Moore first came to WVU Law, it didn’t take long for him to realize his passion for litigation.
Angie Meza '19 is a southern Californian who has always wanted to live and work on the West Coast.