Office Manager, Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Clinic
Erica Bowe is the Office Manager for the Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Clinic. Raised in Williamsburg, Virginia, Erica received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Policy and Planning from Virginia Tech in 2013. While at Virginia Tech, she took courses in real estate law, land use law, patent law, agricultural law, and environmental law and interned at the Crag Law Center in Portland, Oregon. She presented original undergraduate research on the regulation of mountaintop removal coal mining at two collegiate research conferences and at the 2012 American Agricultural Law Association Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. She previously worked as a paralegal in Washington, D.C. in patent and trademark law and antitrust and consumer interest law. Erica serves on the City of Morgantown Traffic Commission, Monongalia County Planning Commission, and the Board of Directors of Mon Valley Habitat for Humanity. She lives in Morgantown with her husband, Patrick, and two dogs.