Volunteers are the backbone of WV CALA, as our members have worked extremely hard over the years to grow a small grassroots effort into a meaningful voice for change. WV CALA started out as a small handful of volunteers voicing their concerns about West Virginia’s broken legal climate.
Our volunteer Chairman at the time — Bob Mauk — got involved in the “Stop lawsuit abuse!” effort after witnessing first-hand his employer’s reluctance to locate jobs in West Virginia due to liability concerns. It wasn’t long thereafter that Bob began speaking out about West Virginia’s unfair courts.
Since WV CALA’s small start, we have grown into a major civil justice reform organization in the state, with more than 30,000 supportive members located in every county of the state. But we still value our need for volunteer support. WV CALA is always on the lookout for dedicated volunteers who are willing to submit letters to the editor, contact their legislators, or tell their family, friends and neighbors about the importance of WV CALA and civil justice reform in our state.
By volunteering even just a small portion of your time, you can help spread our important message and make West Virginia a better place for our workers and families. Sign up now to be a volunteer!