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Paul Papadopoulos Named President of the West Virginia Humanities Council

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April 21, 2014

Robinson & McElwee member Paul Papadopoulos has been named President of the West Virginia Humanities Council (WVHC).  Papadopoulos has been active in the WVHC for a number of years, and he previously served as the council’s Vice President and Secretary.

A private, nonprofit organization, the West Virginia Humanities Council is the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, one of the largest funders of humanities programs in the United States.  The WVHC provides grants and programs throughout West Virginia in the fields of history, literature, comparative religion, philosophy, ethics, language, archaeology and related topics.

Papadopoulos’ work at Robinson & McElwee encompasses all aspects of business and tax law, and he has practiced in West Virginia for over 20 years.  In addition to his position at the WVHC, Papadopoulos serves as Chair of the West Virginia State Bar Committee on State and Federal Taxation.  Additionally, Papadopoulos coaches Little League baseball and other youth sports.

Robinson & McElwee’s practice is multifaceted and includes corporate law, environmental law, litigation, natural resources law, labor and employment law, utility law, bankruptcy, commercial real estate development, state and local taxation, estate planning and administration, commercial transactions and government relations.