Will graduated from Fordham
University School of Law on May 19, 2012, and is looking forward to
entering the world of public interest law (though less thrilled about
the remaining hurdle of the New York Bar Exam). During his time
at Fordham, Will was active in numerous student groups, serving as the
President of the Student
Bar Association for 2011-12, and on the boards of Farm
to Fordham and Habitat
for Humanity for both the 2010-11 and 2011-12 school years.
He acted as a teaching assistant to Professor Susan A. Glover for
Legal Writing, and also to Professor Arnold Cohen for Appellate
Drafting, participated in the Criminal
Defense and Community
Economic Development Clinics, and was a Member on the Fordham Law Review.
While in law school, Will also interned with the Departmental
Disciplinary Committee of the New York State Supreme Court,
Appellate Division for the First Department, and with the Central
Criminal Court of the Republic of Ireland.
Prior to entering the legal field, Will worked in entertainment design.
He graduated from the Carnegie
Mellon School of Drama in 2006, where he studied lighting, scenic,
and sound design. While in school, Will worked for the Three Rivers Arts Festival,
the Lighting Design Group, and other
theater and entertainment groups. From 2006 to 2009 Will worked
as an Associate Lighting and Systems Designer at Nautilus Entertainment Design, where he
acted as design lead for the interior lighting of Choctaw Casino Resort
Durant and for the General Motors booths at LA Auto Show 2007 and
the 2008 Chicago Auto Show, as well as working on numerous other
Will grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he attended Community High School.