Webb has been a clerk for the state Workers Compensation Appeal Board and an attorney for the West Virginia Housing Development Fund.
* Chris Doddrill, Jennifer Greenlief and Shane Wilson will be assistant attorneys general.
Doddrill is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and Duke University school of law and is an at-large member of Charleston City Council.
Wilson, who directed Morrisey's campaign in the southern part of the state, is a graduate of WVU law school and has worked for former Secretary of State Betty Ireland and Congressman David McKinley.
Greenlief, now with Spilman, Thomas and Battle, clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Johnston.
Some members of McGraw's staff are highly experienced and highly regarded and should probably be retained. Whether they will be asked to stay and would be willing to do so is unknown at this point.
But Morrisey's choices are solid. West Virginians elected him to promote and defend their interests.
Some of his appointees have been in the trenches of such efforts for a long time.
It's an encouraging beginning.