Durham, NC, June 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Bill Faison of Bill Faison Attorney, PLLC, graduated May 3 from Wilkerson College, North Carolina’s College of Freemasonry. Wilkerson College equips Masons with the necessary tools to be effective leaders in their lodges and communities. The school’s curriculum goes beyond the origins and traditions of Freemasonry to practical subjects such as budgeting, lodge operations and membership services.
"The leadership training provided through Wilkerson College is very beneficial to the future of Masonry,” Faison said. “I can certainly see the positive impact the teaching has had on our communities, our charities, our masons and their families through the leaders produced by it.”
Wilkerson College’s curriculum consists of three sessions held in Greensboro, Oxford and Raleigh. Admission is limited to 36 students each year, and priority is given to lodge deacons. There are now more than 200 graduates of Wilkerson College in North Carolina. The state hosts a total of 43,000 masons and 371 lodges.
Faison serves as senior deacon of Eagle Lodge No. 19 in Hillsborough and is a single father of six children, three of whom are currently in college. He has worked as an attorney in Durham for 42 years, focusing his practice on medical malpractice, general commercial litigation, construction law and mediation.
Wilkerson College was established in 2002 and is jointly sponsored by the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Orient of North Carolina and the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina. For more information, please visit Wilkerson College.
About Bill Faison
Bill Faison Attorney, PLLC, has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements for his clients during his 42 years practicing law. His focus areas are general commercial litigation, construction law, mediation, government relations, personal injury and medical malpractice. Faison is a Certified Superior Court Mediator and served as a member of the North Carolina House of Representatives for four terms from 2005-2012. For more information, please visit BillFaisonLaw.com.