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Bowles Rice Attorney Kayla A. Cook Selected to Leadership Mon Class of 2017
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia -- Bowles Rice attorney Kayla A. Cook has been named to the Class of 2017 for Leadership Mon, a leadership and public affairs development program operated by the Morgantown Area Chamber of Commerce. She is one of 19 members of the new class.
Cook, an associate in the firm’s Morgantown office, focuses her practice in energy law and real estate law, with an emphasis in residential sales and commercial leasing. She also assists institutions of higher education in Title IX compliance, investigation and report drafting.
Cook earned her law degree from the West Virginia University College of Law in 2012, where she was a member of the Order of the Barristers. She served as a summer clerk to The Honorable Russell M. Clawges Jr., 17th Judicial Circuit, in 2011.
Leadership Mon aims to develop and enhance personal leadership skills, provide knowledge enrichment of Monongalia County and to develop and cultivate community involvement throughout the region. The program spans eight months with sessions from September through April.