W. Lee Percise III

Lee, a native of Charlotte, attended East Carolina University where he was a Dean’s List student and received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing in 2004.

Lee graduated from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., in 2008 and passed the North Carolina Bar Examination in the summer of 2008. While in law school, Lee served as a summer associate with White & Allen, P.A. and was an Honor Court Justice and an International Law Scholar of Merit in the fall of 2007.

Lee is licensed to practice before all state courts in North Carolina and the United States District Courts for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Working out of White & Allen’s Greenville office, Lee’s practice is concentrated in the areas of traffic matters, driving while impaired defense, other criminal defense, civil litigation and condemnation/eminent domain matters.

Lee is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division and Litigation section, Pitt County Bar Association and Pitt County Criminal Defense Bar. Lee has served in leadership roles on several local bar associations and as a volunteer judge for the Lenoir and Greene Counties Teen Court. Lee was selected as a member of the "20 Under 40" Class of 2013. Lee currently serves as a board member of the Pitt Community College Foundation.

Lee participated in Boy Scouting for several years and earned his Eagle Scout award in 2000. Lee’s interests include live music, cooking and sports, especially the East Carolina University Pirates.