“The objects of the West Virginia State Bar shall be to protect the interests of the
public; to advance the administration of justice and the science of jurisprudence; to
improve the relations between the public and the bench and the bar; to uphold and
elevate the standards of honor, integrity, competency and courtesy in the legal
profession; and to encourage cordial relations among its members.
It is the purpose of the West Virginia State Bar to give effect to the pertinent rules
of the supreme court of appeals of West Virginia, and to perform the functions
expressed in this constitution and by-laws.”
Article II. Objects and Purposes. Constitution of The West Virginia State Bar
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