Evan Lee

Evan Lee

Business Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Insolvency

370 Knollwood Street, Suite 600, Winston-Salem, NC 27103

Evan is an associate with Waldrep Wall Babcock & Bailey PLLC. Prior to joining the firm, Evan was an associate with Waldrep LLP in Winston-Salem, NC and prior, with Beaman and Bennington, PLLC in Wilson, NC where he focused on consumer bankruptcy, residential real estate, trust and estate planning and local government law.

Evan is a graduate of North Carolina State University where he graduated summa cum laude with a degree in History. Before law school, he was a high school social studies teacher and assistant football coach in the Wake County Public School System. While in law school at Campbell, he was an officer in the Old Kivett Advocacy Society as well as involved in the Blanchard Community Law Clinic and Restorative Justice Clinic. Additionally, he interned with both the Department of Public Instruction and North Carolina School Boards Association. As a result, Evan enjoys using his background in teaching combined with his legal career to educate parents and advocate for children with special needs.


  • J.D. 2017 Campbell University, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law | Book Award, Legal Research and Writing, Fall 2014, Book Award, Public School Law Litigation, Fall 2015, A.J. Fletcher Foundation Public Interest Law Grant, Summer 2016
  • B.A. 2011 North Carolina State University: History

Bar Admissions

  • United States Bankruptcy Court - Eastern District of North Carolina
  • United States Bankruptcy Court - Middle District of North Carolina
  • United States Bankruptcy Court - Western District of North Carolina
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
  • North Carolina State Courts

Professional Memberships

  • American Bankruptcy Institute
  • North Carolina State Bar
  • North Carolina Bar Association (Member - Young Lawyers Division)

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