Wes Tripp Selected to Leadership Raleigh Class 46

Young Moore attorney, S. Wesley (Wes) Tripp III, has been selected as a member of the Leadership Raleigh Class 46. The ten-month program, offered by the Raleigh Chamber, provides participants with an in-depth view of community issues, a unique opportunity to interact and discuss issues with regional business and community leaders, and encouragement to apply their talents by joining professional associations, civic clubs, public boards, and commissions. Applicants are selected by a committee based on demonstrated leadership abilities, community interest and involvement, and the desire to assume expanded leadership responsibility.

An attorney at Young Moore, Wes focuses his practice on estate and fiduciary litigation as well as occupational licensing boards and administrative law. He also participates as a pro bono attorney in the North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Program, where he advocates for abused and neglected children in cases that have been appealed to North Carolina’s appellate courts. Wes is a graduate of Campbell University School Law, the University of Tennessee, and Johnson University. He is recognized among Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite™ in the Young Guns category (2022). Read more

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