William Paul Wright, Esq.

ttorney Wright received his Juris Doctor from the University of Detroit School of Law. Due to his exceptional academic achievements, American Inns of Court, a prestigious amalgam of judges, lawyers, and in some cases, law professors and third-year law students, requested that he accept membership in their organization as one of only sixteen law students in the State of Michigan asked to join that year. Members of American Inns of Court, which was founded by Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court Warren Burger, meet approximately once a month to hold programs, debates and discussions on matters of legal ethics, skills and professionalism. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a concentration in Management, from Hawaii Pacific University. He was admitted to practice by the Supreme Court of Florida in 1994 (currently in retired status), and the Supreme Court of Nevada in 2000. He is a member of the Nevada Bar Real Property Section. Attorney Wright currently serves as corporate counsel to Community Association Management Executive Officers, Inc. ("CAMEO"), and served as corporate counsel to Las Vegas High Rise Condominium Association, Inc. ("LVHCA") from 2012, shortly after WLF was opened, until March of 2017, after he resigned.

Prior to establishing Wright Law Firm Ltd, Attorney Wright spent over six years at a prominent Nevada law firm, practicing exclusively in the area of Common-Interest Community ("CIC") law, as its Senior Corporate Counsel. Upon entering the area of CIC law, he quickly gained a reputation for aggressive advocacy and high success rates for the firm's clients. He also became one of the most requested speakers at continuing legal educational events, for Executive Board members and Community Managers, in presentation through Community Association's Institute ("CAI"), and CAMEO; sanctioned by the State of Nevada for continuing education credit for Community Managers. He was selected by the CAMEO and LVHCA to represent those organizations through that firm. He has written statutory language adopted by the Nevada Legislature for Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 116 (The Common-Interest Ownership (Uniform Act)). 

Prior to entering the practice of CIC law, Attorney Wright spent over six years employed at a large, international communications company. He held several increasingly advanced Executive Director positions until becoming General Counsel.  He assisted the original General Counsel in managing the expansion of the company's in-house legal department from an initial two attorneys and five support personnel, to seventeen attorneys and over one hundred support personnel, in an eighteen month period. He formed, staffed, trained and directed three of the four sub-departments within the legal department prior to becoming General Counsel. As General Counsel, he directed a staff of a dozen attorneys, advised corporate principals and senior executives, represented the corporation before federal and state regulatory agencies, including the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") and various State Attorneys General ("AG's") and Public Utility Commissions ("PUC's"), directed and assisted outside litigation counsel, and directed an in-house regulatory and tariffing staff. He was the company's youngest General Counsel in its fourteen year history.

Attorney Wright has also worked as in-house counsel for an international corporation providing health care personnel recruiting and placement, representing the corporation before various regulatory agencies including the Immigration and Naturalization Service ("INS"), and writing portions of federal immigration law for adoption by the United States Congress; as a sole practitioner in the areas of personal injury litigation, fair debt and collections practices, general practice civil litigation and consultation to other law firms on personal injury practice; and as an associate attorney for law firms in the areas of commercial collections, personal injury, bankruptcy, probate, and general practice civil litigation.