Wendy E. Radcliff
Wendy’s litigation practice encompasses a broad range of areas, including environmental and land use matters, municipal and non-profit representation, workers’ compensation, education and civil rights, nursing home negligence, and other general tort matters.
While in law school, Wendy served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Joseph R. Goodwin of the U. S. District Court of Southern West Virginia and was awarded an Equal Justice Works Fellowship to work on air quality and environmental protection litigation in her native West Virginia. She went on to serve as an Assistant Attorney General and chief legal adviser to environmental appellate review boards for ten years. Wendy was also appointed as a commissioner on the West Virginia Human Rights Commission. In addition to running her own firm as a solo practitioner, she has experience in settlement administration for environmental and consumer class-actions and representing families in special education civil rights litigation.
Wendy lives in Jericho with her husband and two children. In her free time, Wendy enjoys hiking and spending time with friends and family.
West Virginia University (J.D., 2003); Fairmont State University (B.A., 1991)
Admitted to state court in Vermont and state and federal courts in West Virginia
American Bar Association; Vermont Bar Association; Vermont Association for Justice; Council of Parent Attorneys & Advocates