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William B. Wallace is a workers’ compensation attorney at the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo, L.L.P.Mr. Wallace received his B.A. in political science in 1992 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He completed law school in 1998 at the University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law, where he was an associate editor of the “Richmond Journal of Law & the Public Interest” (1997-1998) and an honor court associate justice (1998).Additionally, Mr. Wallace is a part-time paralegal studies instructor at Central Piedmont Community College, where he has taught courses in ethics, workers’ compensation and civil litigation. Mr. Wallace also is fluent in Spanish and is a certified Superior Court mediator.
Mr. Wallace was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in 1998 and is licensed to practice in North Carolina state courts, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. His affiliations include the North Carolina State Bar, North Carolina Advocates for Justice, Mecklenburg County Bar, North Carolina Bar Association, American Association for Justice, Mecklenburg Trial Lawyers Association and Mecklenburg County Hispanic Latino Lawyers Bar. Additionally, he is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum*.
Mr. Wallace is married with three children and is a member of St. Stephen United Methodist Church. He volunteers for various Habitat for Humanity projects and enjoys playing and watching sports (especially UNC), reading and gardening. The Wallace family has one dog, two cats and 14 fish.
*Membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum is limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. Criteria for membership in Million Dollar Advocates can be found by clicking here. The Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo, L.L.P. does not represent that similar results will be achieved in your case. Each case is different and must be evaluated separately.