Jennifer N. Taylor
Attorney at Law
About Jennifer
"When experience and integrity matter."
"They're certainly
entitled to think
that, and they're
entitled to full
respect for their
opinions... But
before I can live
with other folks
I've got to live with
myself.  The one
thing that doesn't
abide by majority
rule is a person's

Atticus Finch,
To Kill a
Harper Lee

Jennifer Narog Taylor is a native of
Fairmont, West Virginia.  She is a graduate
of Fairmont State  College, where she
received an Associate of Science Degree
(1978) and a Bachelor of Science  Degree,
cum laude, (1983.)  She majored in Business
Administration, with a minor in Spanish.  

Jennifer was graduated from the West
Virginia University College of Law in 1987,
Order of the Barristers.  As a member of the
Moot Court Board, Jennifer was a finalist in
the 1986 Baker's Cup Competition (Best
Brief Award).  A recipient of the Eastern
Mineral Law Foundation Scholarship, she
was a co-author of a significant Law Review
An Update on Donley: Coal, Oil and Gas
Law in West Virginia and Virginia,
along with
the late Paul Bowles and Thomas Lane.
Jennifer N. Taylor
Attorney & Counselor at Law
Jennifer moved to Charleston, West Virginia, in 1987, where she began practice as an
associate with Preiser & Wilson, later Hunt & Wilson.  As a member of the litigation
team, she tried cases from West Virginia to Louisiana to California in state, federal
and bankruptcy courts.   She later worked with the firm Campbell & Turkaly for
many years before starting her own practice in 1998.

For 15 years Jennifer took a leave of absence from private practice and served as
session counsel to the West Virginia House of Delegates.  She later served as  
Assistant General Counsel for the West Virginia State Treasurer and General
Counsel to the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources.

Jennifer also was an Adjunct Professor of Law at the West Virginia University
College of Law, where she taught Appellate Advocacy.  She is an Administrative
Law Judge and Hearing Examiner for various state agencies and is a certified

When not practicing law, Jennifer enjoys practicing cooking on her family and
friends, spoiling the children in her life, traveling and playing golf.  Summer finds
her gardening or cooling her heels in the highlands of her beloved Canaan Valley.