MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA—West Virginia University College of Law student Ben Hogan has been selected by his peers to serve as editor-in-chief of the West Virginia Law Review (WVLR) for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Founded in 1894, the WVLR is the fourth oldest law review in the country. It is a professional, student-governed legal journal that publishes articles of interest to legal scholars, students, legislators, and members of the practicing bar.
Every year, the West Virginia University Foundation celebrates a special class of teacher.
The kind that nudges students toward their dreams. The kind that you remember and keep in touch with decades after graduating.
These professors leave a lasting impact, and are recipients of the WVU Foundation Award for Outstanding Teaching. The Foundation selects just six WVU professors for this recognition. This year, the honorees include the College of Law’s Elaine Wilson .
The award is given annually by a faculty committee to a law professor whose written work addresses an important public issue through research and clear and concise writing.