Drew Culler is dedicated to serving injured workers and residents across North Carolina. Drew understands that the legal system can be overwhelming, especially during an injury. He works closely with his clients and strives to provide the best service possible.
Drew strives to serve those in difficult times. As a child, Drew’s mother worked at a district attorney’s office and often took Drew to work with her. There, Drew learned how important it was to advocate for those who are injured and under served. Drew continued his call to service after college, working at the Key West District Attorney’s Office, where he was a victim advocate. Drew took pride in helping victims of violent crime navigate the justice system.
Drew graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law, where his law school trial team bested competing teams from law schools across the country to win the American Association for Justice National Trial Championship. During law school, Drew also served as the Executive Editor of Wake Forest’s Journal of Law and Policy and was awarded the Moot Court Service Award for his commitment to legal advocacy.
Drew is an active member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, serving on the executive committee of the Auto Torts and Premises Liability Section, as well as the New Lawyers’ Division.
When he is not advocating for his clients, Drew enjoys spending time with his two spaniels, Lily and Finnigan and picking up a good book. He recently spent six weeks in Austria and looks forward to indulging his love of travel in the future.
- Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College of Florida Atlantic University
- Wake Forest University School of Law
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