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WHEELING, WV -

Attorney Jennifer B. Hagedorn has joined the Pennsylvania office of regional law firm Bowles Rice. She will serve as special counsel, practicing in the areas of health care law, energy and real estate, employment and workers' compensation law.

She earned her law degree in 2001 from West Virginia University College of Law. She earned an undergraduate degree in English from WVU in 1997. 

Before joining Bowles Rice, Hagedorn spent more than 10 year as a senior associate with Herndon, Morton, Herndon & Yaeger in Wheeling. During that time, she assisted health care clients, small businesses and members of the oil and gas industry in both litigation and transactional matters. 

She is a past president and member of the board of directors of the Holy Family Child Care & Development Center in Wheeling and a former treasurer of the Ohio County Bar Association.

Bowles Rice employs more than 135 attorneys in Ohio and other regional offices in Charleston, Martinsburg, Morgantown, Moundsville and Parkersburg in West Virginia as well as in Lexington, Ky., and Winchester, Va.