The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of WV is seeking qualified applicants with expertise as a high level executive to serve as the Clerk of Court, the administrator of a complex, diverse, and innovative organization. This position, working under the Chief U.S. District Judge, has overall management authority and responsibility for the administrative activities of the Clerk’s Office and oversees the performance of the statutory duties of the office. The position requires an individual who possesses the experience, management skills, and technical expertise necessary to anticipate and resolve complex administrative, operational, budgetary, and information technology challenges quickly and efficiently. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills are required, along with a proven record of leadership and accomplishment. A vacancy announcement detailing the representative duties, qualifications, application process, and benefits may be viewed by visiting our website at www.wvsd.uscourts.gov. Priority consideration is given to those who apply by 5:00pm (EST) May 31, 2017.
The U.S. District Court is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity in the work place.
Did you work in a WVU Law clinic?
In April, WVU Law is planning an event to commemorate the 40th anniversary of its Clinical Law Program. The college is updating its records and wants to be sure to include as many clinic alumni as possible in the celebration. If you worked in a clinic as a WVU Law student, please email Katherine Slavic(email@example.com) your clinic and the year. Please put CLINIC in your subject line and stay tuned for more details!
Revisions to Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 6 of the Rules of Judicial Disciplinary Procedure, and the Rules of the Lawyer and Judicial Assistance Program
On April 10, 2017, the Court approved a thirty-day comment period for revisions to Rule 8.3 of the Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 6 of the Rules of Judicial Disciplinary Procedure, and the Rules of the Lawyer and Judicial Assistance Program. Comments must be filed in the Clerk’s Office on or before May 11, 2017. Click Here for the Order
Revision to Rule 7 of the Administrative Rules for Magistrate Court
On April 10, 2017, the Court approved a thirty-day comment period for a revision to Rule 7 of the Administrative Rules for Magistrate Court, in light of West Virginia Code § 17B-7-1 et seq., which creates a “Second Chance Driver’s License Program” that allows certain individuals to satisfy their obligations to pay court costs and fees by making a partial payment. Comments must be filed in the Clerk’s Office on or before May 11, 2017.
Host: United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia
Location: Martinsburg, WV
About: Attorneys and/or staff may attend one class. Attorneys completing the 2 1/2 hour class will earn 3 CLE credits for office management. There is no charge for the classes. Reservations are required, as there is a limit of 12 students per class.
Friday, May 5th, is the last day to make a reservation. Interested parties please contact: Connie Diamond via email –
May 18, 2017
Finance and Estate Planning Seminar
Host: WV Bankers Association, WV Society of CPAs, The WV State Bar Probate Law Committee
October 3 – University of Charleston – Charleston
October 4 – Guyan Country Club – Huntington
October 5 – The Blennerhassett – Parkersburg
October 10 – Tamarack – Beckley
October 11 – McFarland House – Martinsburg
October 12 – South Branch Inn – Moorefield
October 13 – Giovanni’s – Chapmanville
October 25 – Lakeview Resort – Morgantown
October 24 – Oliverio’s Restorante – Bridgeport
October 26 – Oglebay Resort – Wheeling
Continuing our celebration of Pro Bono week.Reason 4: To Gain Skills and ExperienceFor more information on how to participate in State Bar Pro Bono programs go to: ow.ly/2cwi50GxtMb... See MoreSee Less