Harrison County Attorney Jenna L. Robey Officially Registers as Candidate for Circuit Judge, 19th Judicial Circuit, Division III

By Connect-Bridgeport Staff on January 15, 2024 via

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Jenna L. Robey, Harrison County Attorney, has announced her formal campaign for Judge of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Division 3, for the May 2024, Election.

A cum laude graduate from Marshall University with a B.A. in Political Science; Jenna obtained her Juris Doctor Degree from West Virginia University College of Law.

Robey began her career employed by a local law firm where she was involved in both Criminal and Civil Litigation. Upon the inception of J. Robey Law PLLC, she has practiced a variety of legal issues including Property, Estate, Abuse and Neglect, Adoption, and Guardianship. She has consecutively been awarded the Rising Star designation by Thompson Reuter’s Super Lawyers Program.

Jenna believes in the importance of community and being involved. In addition to volunteering in her children’s public school, she is a member of the Associated Businesses of Bridgeport, the Bridgeport High School Alumni and Friends Foundation, the West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival Board of Directors, and serves her local Building Commission. In 2018, Jenna was named as one of the Progressive Women’s Association’s Italian Woman of the Year. Robey is also a member of the Leadership Harrison Class of 2015.

"As a dedicated, lifelong resident of Harrison County, I choose to live, work and raise my children here! For this reason, I have decided to place my hat in the ring and ask for your support to be the Choice for Change in the Harrison County Judicial arena to work on issues that affect all of us,"  Robey said.

Robey is a graduate of Bridgeport High School and resides with her husband Matt, and their two children.

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