William W. Walker
Bill is admitted to practice in all North Carolina Courts, each of the federal district courts in North Carolina, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. His principal practice is civil litigation, particularly disputes involving wills, estates, trusts, and fiduciary duties.
He is a member of the litigation law section of the North Carolina Bar Association, as well as a member of the Forsyth County Bar Association and the American Bar Association. He serves as a guardian ad litem for children in the custody of DSS and has represented plaintiffs in domestic violence cases pro bono. Bill serves on the board of Twin City Track Club.
Bill enjoys competitive distance running and reading non-fiction and historical fiction. Of his most memorable trip, Bill says this: The U.S. government sent me to Okinawa, Japan, the Philippines, Hong Kong, and Singapore in 1971–1972 — at no charge.
- Bill received an A.B. from Gettysburg College in 1970, served as an Infantry Officer in the United States Marine Corps from 1970–1974, and received his J.D. from Wake Forest University in 1977, where he was Chief Justice of the Moot Court Board. He served as a law clerk to the Honorable Russell A. Eliason, U.S. Magistrate, Middle District of North Carolina, from 1977–1978, and to the Honorable Hiram H. Ward, U.S. District Judge, Middle District of North Carolina, from 1978–1980.