Benjamin Wilson is an Associate in the Banking and Utilities industry groups, focusing primarily on bankruptcy and mergers and acquisitions. He practices out of the Firm’s office in Charleston, West Virginia.
Whether he’s working on a bankruptcy matter, a contract negotiation, or a public utility project, Benjamin thrives on getting the opportunity to work with professionals from a wide range of industries and subject areas. While still a junior associate, Benjamin enjoys the challenge of growing his legal practice and is always looking for opportunities to connect with clients and potential clients.
Benjamin’s law school experiences helped shape him as an attorney. He received his law degree from West Virginia University College of Law in 2017. While in law school, Benjamin was selected to be a research assistant and a teaching assistant. An avid reader and writer, Benjamin held the prestigious position of editor-in-chief of the West Virginia Law Review. Additionally, he was a member of the U.S. Supreme Court Clinic and participated in an independent study with the West Virginia Innocence Project.
Benjamin’s work history also gives him a unique perspective. Prior to law school, Benjamin was a park ranger in Michigan, where he was able to combine his love of the outdoors with his bachelor’s degree in parks, recreation, and tourism resources. From hiking to camping to fly-fishing, Benjamin enjoys outdoor activities and traveling. He’s been to eight countries and has plans to visit many more.