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J.D., University of Alabama School of Law (2015)
- Articles Editor, Alabama Law Review
- John Evans Jackson Scholarship
- Phi Alpha Delta
B.S., summa cum laude, West Virginia University (2011)
- President of National Honors Society, Alpha Lambda Delta
- Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia
Drew Proudfoot is an attorney in the Morgantown, West Virginia office of Bowles Rice. He focuses his practice on corporate and financial services transactions, which includes commercial lending, mergers and acquisitions, and business succession planning.
Drew has effectively documented and secured millions of dollars in commercial financing for a wide variety of projects. He is also experienced in the acquisition and sale of businesses, from local mom and pop shops to publicly traded companies.
Additionally, Drew frequently helps clients with business succesion planning and the transition of family-owned businesses, including farms and service companies, via buy/sell agreements, stock option plans, deferred compensation and related business continuation arrangements.
- Member, Bowles Rice Recruiting Committee
- Leadership Monongalia, Class of 2018
- Intern, Honorable Judge James L. Sherbin, Circuit Court for Garrett County, Maryland (2013)
- Intern, Honorable Judge R. David Proctor, United States District Court, Northern District of Alabama (2013)
- United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties, Citizen Review Member
- Mon Valley Habitat for Humanity, Board Member (2016-2018)