Prior to joining WTJ Law, Will was a deputy county counsel for the County of Tulare where he assisted his clients in complying with the First Amendment, the Brown Act, the Public Records Act, the Peace Officers Bill of Rights, the Fair Employment and Housing Act, and many other laws. He also participated in administrative appeals, reviewed contracts, drafted bylaws and regulations, and helped form joint powers authorities and other public entities.
At WTJ Law, Will has helped clients achieve their goals through his transactional work of drafting and negotiating contracts for them, advising them on compliance matters, and helping them form business entities. He has also assisted them in all stages of litigation, from demand letters to appellate briefs in a wide array of cases involving free speech, elder abuse, property rights, and business disputes. Whether in the courtroom or conference room, Will is motivated to help his clients with resourcefulness, creativity, and understanding.
- University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2010, Order of the Coif, Witkin Award Recipient
- California State University, Long Beach, Bachelor of Arts, Creative Writing, 2007, Phi Beta Kappa
- Will is admitted to practice before all California State Courts and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California.
Honors & Awards
Will has been named as a Northern California Rising Star in 2019 and 2020. He also participated in his law school’s award-winning trial advocacy team and was selected to be the day division commencement speaker. In 2016, he was chosen as the Tulare County Counsel Employee of the Year.
Publications & Lectures
Will spent time as an Adjunct Instructor at Fresno City College in 2013 and 2014 teaching torts and contracts.