Attorney Levi Pellegrin
Levi also competed his way to a spot on the law school’s Moot Court team. He represented WVU at the National Employment & Labor Law Moot Court Competition and the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition, where he lead WVU to the quarterfinals and won Best Oralist in one of the earlier rounds. Because of his accomplishments on Moot Court and other trial competitions in which he competed, Levi was named to the Order of Barristers, a national honorary established in 1965. The Order is highly selective and provides national recognition to the top advocates at their respective law schools.
Levi interned with the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy in Charleston, and clerked for one semester with the Honorable Michael J. Aloi, Federal Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of West Virginia. During his final year in Morgantown, Levi was a Captain of the WVU’s Men’s Lacrosse team. He lead the 2019 Mountaineers to their first winning record since 2004, where on the very last play of the season, Levi scored the game winning goal in sudden death overtime against archirival Pitt.
Now an Associate Attorney at the Skinner Law Firm, Levi’s work concentrates on personal injury and consumer protection law with a focus on the West Virginia Consumer Credit & Protection Act and the federal Fair Debt Collection & Protection and Fair Credit Reporting Act.