Spilman Thomas & Battle provides an excellent environment in which to build a legal and professional career. As a result of our wide range of services and clients, Spilman attorneys have a plethora of opportunities to build and grow their careers. Our dedicated support staff is an example of the highest quality talent available. Our dedication to the development and guidance of young attorneys has been instrumental in our success for more than a century. Ned Rugeley is the chair in charge of recruiting.
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Moritz College of Law
- September 10, 2013 - The Ohio State University Michael E. Mortiz College of Law On-Campus Interviews
University of Richmond School of Law
- September 12, 2013 - University of Richmond School of Law On-Campus Interviews
Washington & Lee School of Law
- September 5, 2013 - Washington and Lee School of Law On-Campus Interviews
West Virginia University College of Law
- September 6, 2013 - West Virginia University College of Law On-Campus Interviews
The Spilman Perspective
Juggling Long-Term Projects At Spilman
The Spilman Perspective 20 August 2010
Every summer clerk anticipates getting against-the-clock projects – the ones where you burn the midnight oil, come in early or skip lunch to meet that pressing deadline. Thought of less often, but equally challenging, are the long-term projects.
The Spilman Summer Intern Retreat
The Spilman Perspective 20 July 2010
Spilman Thomas & Battle summer law interns stepped into Southern West Virginia and out of their comfort zones for a weekend in June this summer. The interns were staying at the grand Resort at Glade Springs outside Beckley, WV, but never knew quite