Tripp Inducted into the NC Pro Bono Honor Society

Young Moore attorney, S. Wesley Tripp, III, has been inducted into the 2022 North Carolina Attorney Pro Bono Honor Society by the NC Pro Bono Resource Center. Wes was selected for providing 50 or more hours of pro bono legal services in 2022. Wes performed his pro bono work for the North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Program advocating for abused and neglected children in cases that have been appealed to North Carolina’s appellate courts. Within Young Moore, Wes focuses his practice on estate and fiduciary litigation as well as occupational licensing boards and administrative law. He is a graduate of Campbell University School of Law and a cum laude graduate of the University of Tennessee. Wes is recognized among Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite™ in the Young Guns category (2022, 2023). Read more

The NC Pro Bono Resource Center, an initiative of the NC Equal Access to Justice Commission of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, was launched to assist lawyers in fulfilling their professional responsibility to provide pro bono legal services and to target unmet legal needs by promoting, supporting, and developing pro bono opportunities. All NC Pro Bono Honor Society inductees have provided 50 or more hours of pro bono legal services in 2022 to clients unable to pay without expectation of a fee.

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