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William Conrad Trosch - Charlotte, NC

Park View Building5821 Fairview RoadSuite 405 Charlotte, NC 28209

Updated: 12/15/2017


Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina, 1993
  • U.S. District Court Western District of North Carolina

Other Affiliations

North Carolina Bar Association
Mecklenburg County Bar
  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice
American Association for Justice
  • Judge, Mecklenburg County Teen Court, 1999-Present
  • Judge, Wade Edwards High School Mock Trial Competition, 1995-2007

  • Board of Directors, Young Lawyers Division of the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, 1997-2003
  • Executive Committee, Young Lawyers Division of North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, 2000-2003
  • Chief Justice William H. Bobbitt American Inn of Court, Charlotte Chapter of American Inns of Court, 1998-99
  • Mecklenburg County Bar Ask A Lawyer Program, 1990s
  • Third Grade Education Project, prepared and presented legal education programs for third-grade classes, 1990s
  • Director, Roundtable Discussions in Charlotte for local trial attorneys, 1998-99

Classes and Seminars

  • Negotiations and Mediation: Principles of Negotiation, Mecklenburg County Bar Continuing Legal Education (manuscript author), 2013
  • Advanced Trial Tactics: Cross Examination and Redirect: Focus on Experts and Evidence, National Business Institute, 2013
  • Advanced Trial Tactics: Effective Exhibits and Courtroom Technology, National Business Institute (manuscript author), 2013
  • Negotiation Skills and Effective Advocacy During Mediations and Arbitrations, Panel Presentation, Mecklenburg County Bar Continuing Legal Education, 2013
  • Negotiation Before Mediation, Mecklenburg County Bar Continuing Legal Education, 2013
  • Insurance Coverage Research and Negotiations with the Claims Representatives, National Business Institute (manuscript author), 2013
  • Insurance Coverage Research and Negotiations with the Claims Representatives, National Business Institute (manuscript author), 2012
  • Mediation Preparation Tips and Strategies, National Business Institute, 2012
  • What To Do When You Receive a Subpoena, presented to Charlotte-Dilworth Psychologists, 2011
  • What To Do When You Receive a Subpoena, presented to Charlotte-Cotswold Psychologists, 2010
  • Settling the Bodily Injury Case, National Business Institute, 2008
  • Preparing the Plaintiff’s Bodily Injury Case, National Business Institute, 2008
  • Mediation of Tort Damages, Lorman Educational Services, 2007
  • Mediation of Auto Insurance Cases, Lorman Educational Services, 2007
  • Litigation: A to Z at Superior Court Rules professional seminar, 2003
  • Civil Superior Court Practice at professional seminar for new lawyers, 2002
  • Effective Use of Legal Assistants and Paralegals, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, 2000

Pro Bono Activities

  • Freedom School Partners Board of Directors, 2010-2012
  • Seigle Avenue Partners, Board of Directors, 2001-2009
  • Assistance League of Charlotte, Advisory Council, 2004-2008
  • Freedom School Partners, Board of Directors, 2009-2012
  • Associate Member of Graduate Faculty of UNC-Charlotte, 2010-2013
  • Instructor, Belk College of Business MBA program, Negotiations class, 2010-2013
  • Speaker and presenter at the Mecklenburg County Bar, the National Business Institute, Lorman Educational Services, and the North Carolina Advocates for Justice
  • Above and Beyond Students, Chair, Board of Directors, 2013-present


  • University of North Carolina School of Law, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1993
    Honors: Clinical Program in Litigation
    Law Review: North Carolina Law Review, 1991 - 1993
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,, 1990
    Honors: With Honors
    Major: Economics
    Major: Mathematics
  • University of Bristol, Bristol, England, one-year program with emphasis in Economics, 1989
  • West Charlotte High School, Class of 1986


Accepts Credit Cards


Published Works

  • Co-Author, Divorce in North Carolina – Answers to Your Legal Questions. Book answering over two hundred common questions asked throughout the divorce process.
  • The Third Generation of Loitering Laws Goes to Court: Do Laws That Criminalize “Loitering With the Intent to Sell Drugs” Pass Constitutional Muster? 71 N.C.L. Rev. 513, 1993
  • The Consumption Tax Alternative: Should North Carolina Replace Its Income Tax with a System Based on Consumption? University of North Carolina, North Carolina Collections, 1990

Office Information


Park View Building5821 Fairview RoadSuite 405 Charlotte, NC 28209


  • 704-553-7689



  • Named to Top 100 Litigation Lawyers in the State of North Carolina by the American Society of Legal Advocates, 2014
  • Publication cited and followed by the Supreme Court of Ohio, City of Akron v. Rowiland, 67 Ohio St 374, 1993
  • Honorary Doctor of Public Welfare, Carolina Christian Bible College: Given in recognition of efforts in the community for those less fortunate and for commitment to public welfare, 2009
  • Recognized by the Association of Trial Lawyers of America as an “Advocate of Trial Advocacy”
  • Martindell Hubbell Rating: Distinguished, having high to very high legal ability and very high ethical standards—as established by a survey of confidential opinions from area judges and attorneys

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