Wesley’s practice focuses primarily on the areas of business law, including general business counseling, contract negotiation and drafting, and real estate related areas including the purchase and sale of commercial real estate. Wesley also regularly assists clients with the formation of various business entities. Wesley’s practice further extends to homeowners’ associations, assisting associations and homeowners to understand their respective obligations under the North Carolina Planned Community Act and enforcing restrictive covenants.
Prior to law school, Wesley taught high school American History for two years. While in law school, Wesley was a property law teaching scholar, a member of the Campbell Law Review, and was recognized as a Webster’s Real Estate Scholar.
Outside of work, Wesley enjoys playing golf, cheering on UNC athletics, and spending time with his wife, Jamilynne, and their dog Macon.
- Assisted in facilitating commercial real estate closings in excess of 3.5 million dollars
- Helped to facilitate multiple multi-million dollar business sales
- J.D., Campbell University School of Law, Magna Cum Laude, 2021
— Campbell Law Review, Chief Articles Editor
— Publications: Seeking Shelter: How North Carolina is Violating the State Constitution by Failing to Properly Educate its Homeless Students, 42 Campbell L. Rev. 361 (2020).
- B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016