Charleston, WV
600 Quarrier Street
Charleston, WV 25301
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J.D., West Virginia University College of Law (2023)

  • Order of the Barristers 
  • National Moot Court Team

B.A., Political Science, Marshall University (2019)

  • Judith A. Herndon fellow—West Virginia House of Delegates
  • Commissioners Office Intern—West Virginia Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation
  • Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia 
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia
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Kendra M. Amick


As a proud native of Leivasy, West Virginia, Kendra is committed to making our state a better place for the people and businesses of West Virginia.  Her diverse background has helped Kendra hone her passions in oral advocacy and policy and legislation drafting, where she brings a wide range of hands-on experience to her practices at Bowles Rice.

As a former Judith A. Herndon fellow and Legislative Assistant to the West Virginia House of Delegates, Kendra learned the ins and outs of bill drafting and now routinely assists businesses, interest groups, and organizations with their legislative needs. 

During law school at the West Virginia University College of Law, Kendra served as the Vice Chief Justice of the Moot Court Board, where she was able to sharpen her skills as an oral advocate.  Additionally, Kendra spent both summers as a clerk at Bowles Rice, where she learned from the seasoned litigators and veteran lobbyists of Bowles Rice, allowing Kendra to elevate her legal research skills, in-depth familiarity with the rules of evidence and rules of civil procedure, and motion practice.  Among the youngest in her law school class at 23, and a first-generation college graduate, Kendra has proven her drive to obtain successful outcomes for her clients. 

At her core, her calling to serve and the desire to help others through the taxing phases of litigation direct Kendra to put her heart into her practice at Bowles Rice.  As a former full-time extern for the Honorable Michael Aloi, United States Judge for the Northern District of West Virginia, Kendra worked hands-on with the Drug Court Program participants, helping individuals obtain the skills and resources they need to overcome their lifestyle in addiction.

At the bottom, Kendra brings her unmatched work ethic and small-town community spirit to her practice to relate and connect with others to reach early resolution and compromise for clients.  When litigation is inevitable, Kendra has the skills to create winning arguments for civil litigation matters and vigorously pursues cases for her clients.

Recipient of CALI Awards (recognition for achieving the highest grade in a particular subject) at the West Virginia University School of Law:

  • Water Law
  • Civil Procedure 2
  • Bill Drafting & Legislative Process
  • Interviewing, Counseling, and Negotiations