Everette P. Winslow


Everette P. Winslow was born in Detroit, Michigan, but not as long ago as his partner Laura.  He graduated summa cum laude from Howard University in 1989 (major: communications, minor: technical theater), and from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1997.  While in law school, Everette was the president of the Iowa Student Bar Association and was Senior Associate Editor of the Iowa Law Review.  Following law school, Everette worked in law firms in Minnesota and Raleigh, before accepting an associate attorney position with Joyce L. Davis & Associates.  After Ms. Davis passed away, Everette teamed up with Laura and formed WinslowWestch, PLLC. 


Over the past eight years, Everette has advised a number of individuals and businesses in a variety of matters, including:  employment discrimination claims, wage and hour issues, formation of for-profit and non-profit business entities and charitable organizations, contract drafting and review, drafting and implementation of personnel and board policies, entertainment law, zoning and condemnation, corporate management, and technology issues.  As part of his practice, Everette has presented for a number of boards and has taught for the National Association of Telephone Cooperatives.  Everette is the editor of a national publication dealing with human resources issues and employment law.  Everette is a member of the Wake County Bar, the American Bar Association, the North Carolina Bar Association, the Electric Cooperative Bar Association, the North Carolina Electric Membership Cooperative Counsel Association (President 2006-2007).


After receiving his undergraduate degree and before going to law school, Everette had a small business and roamed the world as a “roadie,” providing technical support for theatrical and music performances.  Instead of taking vacations, Everette disappears a few times a year and acts as stage manager for music festivals worldwide.  Everette is single, with a dog that’s allergic to everything and needs therapy.  Everette would like to live in the manner to which he would like to become accustomed.




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