Jonathon C. Stanley

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Associate
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304-347-8341
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304-344-9566
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Charleston, WV
  • Associate, Robinson & McElwee, 2018
  • Summer Associate, Robinson & McElwee, 2016, 2017
  • Litigation Assistant, Stanley, Frank & Rose, 2015

Jonathon Stanley joined Robinson & McElwee in 2018 as an Associate and his practice focuses on Litigation. 

He spent two summers as a Summer Associate with the firm, where he also focused on Litigation. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Stanley worked in Houston for Stanley, Frank & Rose as a Litigation Assistant.  While there, he assisted in litigation regarding financial security fraud cases.

Mr. Stanley graduated with honors from Washington & Lee University School of Law in Lexington, Virginia.  During his time there, he worked as a Student Attorney at the Virginia Capital Case Clearinghouse.

While in law school, Mr. Stanley also served on the Washington & Lee University Law Review Editorial Board and he had work published in the publication.  He competed in national mock trial competition, and was an active member of the Federalist Society.  Mr. Stanley was inducted into the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society in 2016 and he was also awarded the Pro Bono Public Service Award for significant service to the community.

Professionally, Mr. Stanley is involved with the Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia, the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, and the Federalist Society.

Mr. Stanley attended Brigham Young University and holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees, in History and Russian, respectively, and a minor in Anthropology.

Mr. Stanley is a native of Utah, and has lived in Minnesota, Texas, and Virginia.  He also spent two years in Russia and is fluent in Russian.  He currently lives in Milton, West Virginia with his wife, Karissa, and their three children.

 

  • A Legal Frankenstein's Monster: The Complete Bar Order in Securities Fraud Class Action Litigation, Wash. & Lee L. Rev. (2018)
  • Laurence Jurdem, Paving the Way for Reagan: The Influence of Conservative Media on US Foreign Policy (University of Kentucky Press, 2018), as a research contributor