Will Culpepper focuses his practice on government, policy and regulatory affairs. He assists clients with a variety of legislative and regulatory matters including the areas of energy, business and environment.



  • Named to the Access to Justice Pro Bono Partners 2013 Pro Bono Honor Roll by Legal Services of Southern Piedmont, Legal Aid of North Carolina- Charlotte, and Council for Children's Rights
  • Worked summers during college and below law school as assistant sergeant-at-arms in the North Carolina House of Representatives and also as a registered lobbyist
  • Worked as an Assistant Public Defender in the Forsyth County Public Defenders Office
  • Served two terms as secretary, Forsyth County Criminal Defense Trial Lawyers Association
  • Served as a volunteer mentor, Wake Forest University in the Clinical Student Program
  • Served as a judge in a moot court competition, Wake Forest University



  • American Bar Association
  • North Carolina Bar Association


J.D., Wake Forest University, 2002

B.A., North Carolina State University, 1999


  • North Carolina, 2003
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