Edward Woodall: Corporate and Commercial Real Estate attorney

Edward B. Woodall


Coming from a family of businessmen, accountants, and engineers, Edward understands that most of his clients don’t like thinking about the legal aspects of their deals – they want to get on with the business of running their enterprise. That’s why Edward takes pride in providing clear, concise, actionable legal advice and solutions to business clients across several practice areas.

Since joining the firm, Edward has managed numerous transactions from conception to closing, where he consistently helped his clients clarify expectations, set transparent legible standards, and achieve positive outcomes. Edward especially enjoys assisting clients in buying, selling, and leasing real estate – as he likes nothing more than to see the results of the work he and his clients do together. He also has experience in advising and representing clients when deals don’t work out, both in summary ejectment and in more complex matters.

Before joining the Venn Law Group, Edward attended the University of North Carolina School of Law, where he was a member of the Holderness Moot Court Appellate Advocacy Team; wrote and edited articles for the Environmental Law Symposium; worked in the Community Development Law Clinic; and performed over 100 hours of pro bono work. He also worked in the Community Development Law Clinic, a transactional law clinic that assists non-profit organizations.

When he’s not hard at work for his clients, Edward can be found in the weight room, on the pitch preparing for a rugby match, in the kitchen learning to cook a new dish, or out exploring new hiking trails with his wife and their labradoodle.