Mary K. Prim has been practicing in the Charleston, West Virginia area since 1996. Ms. Prim represents clients in West Virginia and contiguous states including Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Ohio, focusing on construction law representing contractors, subcontractors, engineers, architects, owners and sureties. Ms. Prim received her B.S. Degree in Mathematics Education, and B.A. Degree in Liberal Arts in 1990 from West Virginia University, and received her M.S. Degree in Mathematics from West Virginia University in 1992. She attended law school at West Virginia University College of Law and received her Juris Doctor in 1996. Ms. Prim focuses her practice on construction contract claims, and contract claims in general, collections and commercial litigation, corporate and business law, legal planning, as well as construction law in general. Ms. Prim has presented seminars on numerous occasions on construction law, mechanics liens, and collections. She is a member of the Kanawha County, West Virginia and American Bar Associations, the West Virginia State Bar, The American Association for Justice, and the West Virginia Association for Justice. Ms. Prim is also active in numerous construction organizations including the Contractors Association of West Virginia (AGC), Constructors’ Labor Council of West Virginia, Inc. (CLC), and The West Virginia Disadvantage Business Enterprise Council, Inc. (WV DBE Council).