Levi Pellegrin is a Center for Consumer Law and Education Student Fellow and a third-year law student at West Virginia University College of Law. He received his Bachelor's degree in Philosophy
from the University of Arizona in 2015. After graduation from law school, Levi will work as an Associate Attorney at The Skinner Law Firm in Charles Town, West Virginia, where he will continue to work on consumer protection and personal injury cases. He is currently a member of the College of Law Moot Court Team, Lugar Trial Association, Child and Family Advocacy Clinic, Democratic Law Caucus, and President of the West Virginia Association for Justice Student Chapter. He is also a Captain of WVU’s Men’s Lacrosse Team. Levi has clerked for the Honorable Michael J. Aloi, United States Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of West Virginia, and has interned with The Skinner Law Firm, West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, West Virginia Law Institute, and Energy Efficient West Virginia.
Anthony Alexander graduated from Marshall University's Honors College in May of 2019 with a B.B.A. in Accounting and a B.B.A in Finance. He is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration
degree at Marshall University. Throughout his college career, Anthony has developed a passion for assisting vulnerable populations in consumer related matters. He received the Undergraduate Research Summer Scholar Award from Marshall University, and used the award to assist Huntington, WV's Drug Court in continued revenue streams and program assessment. Anthony has worked in several accounting and banking positions, which have made him aware of the struggles and assistance that West Virginians require and deserve. After graduation, he plans to continue working in banking positions that will give him the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of the individuals with which he has the priviledge of working.
Brian Bowen is a Center for Consumer Law and Education Fellow and a second-year law student at West Virginia University College of Law. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Political
Science from West Virginia University in 2016. Prior to law school, Brian worked on consumer matters as an AmeriCorp VISTA member at the Fordham Law School Feerick Center for Social Justice. During law school, Brian has worked as a summer intern at Mobilization for Justice and as a fall extern at Mountain State Justice. After graduation, he plans to continue working in consumer protection.