Bowles Rice LLP
James Kelsh focuses his practice on representing motor carriers, solid waste facilities, industrial consumers, water, sewer and natural gas utilities, and telecommunications carriers in regulatory matters before the Public Service Commission of West Virginia. He also provides extensive assistance to utilities by advising them on infrastructure development projects from conception to completion.
Prior to his work in private practice, Jim served as a Staff Attorney with the West Virginia Public Service Commission from 1996 to 2000. As a PSC Staff Attorney, he led a comprehensive revision of the Procedural Rules of the Commission.
Jim is certified by the West Virginia Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council and regularly attends meetings of the Infrastructure Council. He has assisted utilities with scores of projects involving the full range of funding sources.