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Ben Williams focuses his practice on commercial real estate and real estate financing.
Prior to joining the firm, Ben worked as an associate at a business law firm located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where he concentrated his practice on general corporate law, business transactions, and commercial real estate. Previously, Ben worked as an associate at a full-service law firm located in High Point, North Carolina where he performed residential real estate closings and title searches.
While attending law school, Ben served as a research assistant for Professor Andrew Verstein and as a summer intern at two law firms in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, including a real estate law firm. Ben was also a member of the Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill B.A., Public Policy (2013)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill B.A., Management and Society (2013)
Wake Forest University School of Law J.D. (2016)
North Carolina (2016)
North Carolina Bar Association, Business Law and Real Property Sections, Member
Forsyth County Bar Association, Member
NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association, Member
Mercy Hill Church, Member, First Impressions Team Leader (2017-Present)
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