William Karl Wilburn serves as law counsel and dispute advocate for domestic and multinational corporations and foreign governments. A specialist in construction law, he helps owners, architects, general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers in all project phases, from contract formation to claims adjudication.
Mr. Wilburn serves as an arbitrator and mediator on the Large Complex Case panel of the American Arbitration Association. He has been counsel of record in scores of arbitral, trial, and appellate proceedings.
Mr. Wilburn graduated from Johns Hopkins University (B.A.) and the University of Baltimore (J.D., Law Review). After law school, he clerked for Hon. Alan M. Wilner, Maryland Court of Special Appeals and for several years served as an Assistant Maryland Attorney General.
Fluent in German, under a grant from the German government, Mr. Wilburn studied law in Tübingen and worked in a Düsseldorf law firm. For many years, as a Guest Professor he taught International Contracts at Georgetown and University of Baltimore law schools. He has spoken at numerous domestic and international law conferences and has authored many professional articles.
After several decades as an equity partner in several large law firms, in 2007 Mr. Wilburn established WKWilburn LLC. He is admitted to practice in Maryland and the District of Columbia.