MORGANTOWN, W.Va.— The Center for Consumer Law and Education has awarded its inaugural student fellowships to Levi Pellegrin and Brian Bowen at WVU Law.
Bowen, a second-year student from Greensburg, Penn., and Pellegrin, a third-year student from Phoenix, Az., are helping develop consumer outreach and information programs. They are working this semester with Jonathan Marshall, director of the CCLE at WVU Law.
“Brian and Levi bring a unique perspective to the center’s work,” said Marshall. “Their initiative and enthusiasm for consumer issues are an asset as we lay the groundwork for the center’s future success.”
The CCLE is a joint program between Marshall University and WVU College of Law. Its mission is to educate consumers and partners about consumer law, assist with the development of public policy, and make a meaningful impact on the advancement of consumer law and policy in the state and nation.