Young Moore Welcomes Summer Clerk Schuyler Pruis

Young Moore is pleased to welcome Schuyler Pruis, the first of 5 law students selected to participate in the firm’s 2023 Summer Law Clerk Program. He is a rising 3L at Wake Forest University School of Law where he is active in Moot Court serving as the incoming Associate Chief Justice for the Moot Court Board. He is also slated to serve as Symposium Editor for the Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy when he returns to school in the fall.

Schuyler is a native of Northern New Jersey, but spent much of his childhood in Grand Rapids, MI on the west side of the state. He’s a third-generation graduate from Calvin University, a liberal arts school in Grand Rapids, where he studied secondary education focused in history and social studies and minored in business. After graduating, he took a year-and-a-half off and did a term of service with AmeriCorps in Lansing, MI working in data management and analytics for a nonprofit looking to increase the number of Michigan residents with a college degree.

About Young Moore and Henderson, P.A.

Young Moore is a civil law firm in Raleigh, North Carolina representing clients in a variety of litigation and transactional matters. Firm attorneys have extensive experience in the following areas: business law, litigation, administrative law, condemnation & eminent domain, construction, employment, estates & trusts, insurance law & regulation, health care, real estate, retail & hospitality, state & local tax, trucking & transportation, and workers’ compensation.

Young Moore’s Summer Law Clerk Program is designed to provide law students the opportunity to experience working day-to-day across all practice areas in the firm while utilizing and developing skills necessary to excel in the practice of law.

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