Brian E. Calabrese

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Charleston, WV
  • Associate, Robinson & McElwee, 2012-present
  • Summer Associate, Robinson & McElwee, 2011
  • Senior Articles Editor, German Law Journal, 2011–2012
  • Staff Writer, Washington and Lee Law Review, 2010–2011
  • Lecturer, Department of Classical Studies, University of Michigan, 2008–2009

Mr. Calabrese practices within Robinson & McElwee’s Business Law Department.

Mr. Calabrese’s practice primarily focuses on public utility regulation matters. As part of his practice, Mr. Calabrese represents public utilities before courts and administrative bodies such as the Public Service Commission of West Virginia.

Mr. Calabrese also performs legal research and drafts legal instruments.

Beyond legal experience, Mr. Calabrese maintains proficiency in Italian. Additionally, Mr. Calabrese maintains a reading knowledge in French and scholarly expertise of Latin and Ancient Greek.

  • Representation of public utilities before courts and administrative bodies.
  • Performs wide range of legal research with regard to state and federal law.
  • Drafts legal documents pertaining to public utility matters.
  • Co-author, A 50 State Compendium of Construction Law Issues, ALFA International, West Virginia Section, 2014
  • Conference Presentations at the Northeast and New England Political Science Associations, at Indiana University, the University of Michigan, and the University of Massachusetts
  • Fear-Based Standing: Cognizing an Injury-in-Fact, 68 Washington and Lee Law Review 1445 (2011)
  • Leadership Kanawha Valley, 2012 - 2013