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Maryland attorney general-elect chooses WVU law professor for transition team

Nicole McConlogue

Nicole McConlogue, associate professor and clinic director at the College of Law, has been appointed by Maryland Attorney General-elect Anthony Brown to serve on his transition team.

McConlogue is tasked with advising Brown on consumer protection issues — a specific area of her expertise.

McConlogue currently serves as a Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition board member, and before joining the WVU faculty, she was a clinical teaching fellow at the University of Baltimore School of Law. She also managed the Maryland Pro Bono Resource Center’s Consumer Protection Project and worked as a disability benefits lawyer. 

McConlogue’s scholarly interests and practice areas include serving disadvantaged communities, consumer protection, economic mobility, competition law and poverty law as well as technological surveillance of the poor.