Wesley graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and minors in Statistics and Creative Writing. After completing his undergraduate studies, Wesley taught high school American history for two years at Jesse C. Carson High School in China Grove, NC.
Wesley then attended Campbell University School of Law where he served as a scholar for first-year property courses, was a representative on the Student Bar Association, served as a school ambassador, and was recognized as a Webster’s Real Estate Scholar. In addition, Wesley worked as a member of the Campbell Law Review for which he served as the Chief Articles Editor during his third year. His comment discussing the quality of education in North Carolina for the state’s homeless students was published by the Campbell Law Review in the Spring of 2020. Wesley graduated magna cum laude in May 2021.
Wesley clerked at Howard, Stallings during the summer of 2020 and through his third year of law school. After successfully passing the July 2021 Bar exam, Wesley has returned to Howard, Stallings as an associate.
In his spare time, Wesley enjoys the company of his fiancé Jamilynne and their dog Macon.