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Ty Jameson is a native of Greensboro, North Carolina, and a member of the firm’s Litigation Group. He focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, trusts and estates litigation, and appellate law. He graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law, where he served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Legal Writing Program, a Research Assistant, and an Academic Engagement Program Leader for Civil Procedure and Constitutional Law.

While in law school, The Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy published his article “Deciding Controversial Cases Involving Religious and Political Displays.” Additionally, he won first place in the Cornelius Vanderboek Essay Competition for Law School Students publishing his article “Using History to Erase the Establishment Clause” with the Freedom from Religion Foundation. He also received the Dean Suzanne Reynolds Awards in Criminal Procedure – Investigation (2021), and Contracts (2020).

Prior to joining Ellis & Winters, Ty worked as a Summer Law Clerk for the United States Department of Justice in the Office of Civil Rights’ Office of Justice Programs and interned as Summer Law Clerk for American Atheists in Washington, DC. He earned his undergraduate degree in Law and Constitutional Studies from Utah State University where he participated in the Russian and Meditation Clubs.

Ty’s determination and commitment are apparent in all his endeavors. He became an Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America at just 16-years old, an honor earned by only four percent of BSA participants. He is a member of the United States Chess Federation and competes in chess tournaments. Ty also enjoys running and has run several marathons and half-marathons.




  • J.D., Wake Forest University School of Law, 2022
    • American Constitution Society
    • Justice Joseph Branch Inn of Court
  • B.A. Utah State University, 2017
    • Russian Club
    • Meditation Club

Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • North Carolina Bar Association
    • Appellate Section, Estate Planning and Fiduciary Section (2023 to present)
  • DRI
    • Young Lawyers Committee (2023 to present)
  • Greensboro Bar Assocation (2023 – present)


  • Wake Forest University School of Law
    • Graduate Assistant, August 2021-Present
    • Executive Editor – Wake Forrest Journal Law and Policy, 2021-Present
    • Research Assistant, January 2021-April 2021
    • Staff Member – Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy, August 2020-April 2021
  • Office for Civil Rights, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice
    • Summer Law Clerk, June 2021-August 2021
  • American Atheists
    • Internship, May 2020-July 2020



  • Wake Forest University School of Law
    • Dean Suzanne Reynolds Award in Criminal Procedure – Investigation (2021)
    • Dean Suzanne Reynolds Award in Contracts I (2020)
    • LexisNexis Research Proficiency Certification (2019)