James McCune Elected Partner at Bowles Rice

By: Southpointe, PA
February 4, 2013

James McCuneAttorney James H. McCune was elected a partner of Bowles Rice LLP at the firm's annual meeting on February 2, 2013.  Mr. McCune joined the regional law firm's Southpointe, Pennsylvania office in August 2012.  He has been practicing in Washington County, Pennsylvania, for 39 years and is a trustee and founding chairman of the Washington County Community Foundation, Inc.; a former president of the Washington County Bar Association; and a trustee and current chairman of the Washington County Bar Foundation.  He has successfully coached mock trial teams at Trinity High School and Washington & Jefferson College for many years.

In making the announcement, Thomas A. Heywood, Managing Partner of Bowles Rice, said "Jim's talents as a lawyer and his record of professional, civic and charitable leadership and contribution are outstanding.  He has enhanced our ability to serve our clients, and also our ability to contribute to the vitality of the communities we serve in southwestern Pennsylvania, and we know that Jim will continue to do so for years to come as a partner in our firm."

Mr. McCune represents individuals and businesses in general legal matters, as well as real estate law, energy law, commercial lending, and title insurance.  He received his undergraduate degree from Kent State and his law degree from the West Virginia University College of Law. 

Bowles Rice is a full service law firm with 135 attorneys in eight offices.  In addition to the Southpointe, Pennsylvania office, which opened in March 2012, the firm has offices in Charleston, Martinsburg, Morgantown, Moundsville and Parkersburg, West Virginia; Lexington, Kentucky; and Winchester, Virginia.