BUCKHANNON - Beth A. White, executive director of the West Virginia Association for Justice, will be guest speaker at 6 p.m. Monday during the Forensic Mondays program of the American Legion Frank B. Bartlett Post #7. The programs are held at 16 S. Kanawha St., Buckhannon.
David D. Taylor, program director, said, "Throughout this session, discussion will surround civil justice and the critical role our civil courts play in keeping West Virginia consumers, workers and business interests safe."
He added, "This session will also examine how West Virginia's civil courts, as well as other civil courts throughout the country, protect our free market economy."
White worked for the association as a political and media consultant before being named executive director in 2005. She is a native West Virginian and holds a bachelor's degree from West Virginia State University and a master's degree from Syracuse University. She has also studied at the S. I. Newhouse School of Public
Additional information and reservations can be obtained by contacting Mary Albaugh at 304.460.7377 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission is free.
A program brochure on the Forensic Mondays program is available at www.facebook.com/ForensicMondays.
Persons younger than 18 must have parental or guardian permission to attend a session.
The West Virginia Association for Justice is a voluntary bar association representing more than 500 trial attorneys in West Virginia and adjoining states.