Appalachian School of Law
Profiled in 2013
We have plenty to brag about! I am very impressed by how quickly our graduates assume senior positions with great responsibility. Our alumni show a strong dedication to public and community service, just as we intended when the founders created the Appalachian School of Law with a focus on ADR, professional ethics, leadership, and community service.
Beginning in October 2013, I profiled fifteen alumni of ASL who serve in public service jobs. I want to capture those profiles in one place before moving into 2014.
So, below you will find the alumni I profiled in 2013, with links to each profile. I am listing them in the order profiled, and I include the year they graduated from ASL.
- Captain Artie Vaughn, Area Defense Counsel, Judge Advocates General Corp (2007).
- M. Suzanne Kerney-Quillen, Assistant U.S. Attorney (2003).
- Justin J. Marcum, W. Va. House of Delegates (2011).
- Katie Mooney, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney (2012).
- Gerald Arrington, Commonwealth's Attorney ( 2004).
- W. David McFayden III, District Court Judge (2005).
- J. Todd Ross, General Sessions Court Judge (2002).
- Chris Fortier, Social Security Administration, Attorney-Advisor (2005).
- Daniel T. Boyd, Juvenile Court Judge (2002).
- David J. Robinson, Illinois State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor's Office, Senior Legal Advisor (2007).
- Bethany Long, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney (2012).
- Elisabeth (Lis) Griffith, Magistrate (2012).
- Andrew Nestor, Commonwealth's Attorney (2005).
- Rebekah Baker, Assistant Attorney General (2005).
- Zachary (Zack) A. Stoots, Magistrate (2010).
I expect many more profiles to come in 2014.
In creating these profiles, I intended to serve our alumni, help existing students plan career paths, and help prospective students assess the education ASL offers.