Bill Brian has spent his thirty year career as a real estate litigation attorney focusing on zoning and land use law, disputes between private parties and state and local governments, and disputes involving real estate, including land condemnation actions. He is an authority on quasi-judicial procedure who has been recognized as a leading lawyer by Best Lawyers, NC Super Lawyers and Chambers USA.
Bill and his wife, Leigh, live in Durham County and have one son, Keegan, who lives with his wife, Grace, in Roanoke, Virginia.
What’s the best piece of advice you have ever received?
A horrible ending is better than an unending horror.