Will is a member of Young Moore’s Workers’ Compensation and Employment team where he represents employers and insurers throughout all stages of litigation.

Will graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Political Science and History in 2015. Before attending law school, Will spent two years in Washington, D.C. employed by IBM Corporation as a Federal Cloud Specialist where he negotiated contracts, worked to win business, and assisted companies in building internal IT strategies. He then went on to attend the University of North Carolina School of Law, graduating in 2020. At UNC Law, Will served as the Secretary of the law school’s student government, as well as a competing member of the Holderness Moot Court Team, the President of the American Constitution Society, and a Board Member of the UNC Innocence Project. While in law school, he interned for Justice Samuel Ervin IV of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, Judge Christopher Dillon of the North Carolina Court of Appeals, and at the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School.

Will is a native of Davidson, North Carolina. As a double Tar Heel, Will enjoys watching UNC basketball and football. He also loves the Carolina Panthers, spending time outdoors, and staying physically active.

Education & Bar Admissions

  • J.D. University of North Carolina School of Law, 2020
  • B.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2015; with distinction

Admitted in: 

  • North Carolina

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