Who Was Your Greatest Mentor? “My grandfathers were mentors to me. Both had limited education opportunities and were able to teach me life’s hard knocks and the importance of business ethics.”
Professional Associations: Huntsville/Madison County Bar Association, Alabama Association for Justice, American Association for Justice, President – Madison County Young Lawyers Association
What are Three Words That Describe Your Personality? “Intense. Driven. Fun-loving.”
Will League coaches his kid’s sports teams and plays soccer following his collegiate soccer days where he was named Gatorade All-American. Will enjoys fishing and hunting and participates in triathlons with his son. To say that he is busy might be an understatement. But he is never too busy for what is most important, like attending exercise classes with his daughters. He will do anything for his daughters. Each day, the father of four reminds them of a single piece of life advice: family is more important and lasting than other relationships and friendships that, while of some importance, can be fleeting. For Will, family is everything.
It was family that initiated his interest in law school. Tragically, Will’s father was murdered during his junior year of college. As a result, he set his sights on becoming a lawyer, accomplishing that goal with his graduation from Law School. As a personal injury attorney, it has always been his ambition to see that wrongs are righted on behalf of clients, many of whom completely rely on him to give a voice to their respective causes.
As an active trial lawyer with more than 20 years in the industry, Will has attained impressive wins. While he has achieved multi-million dollar resolutions, he is just as proud of his numerous jury trial awards.
It should come as no surprise then that Will prides himself on being an approachable, trusted professional. He understands that many of his clients need an advocate who truly cares about providing them with answers, resources, and resolution. He doesn’t take lightly his responsibility to stand up for those who can’t represent themselves.
J.D., Jones School of Law, 1996
Moot Court Finalist (1994) and Judge (1995)
Judicial Clerk for The Honorable Judge, William Gordon, 15th Judicial Circuit, in Montgomery
Intern, Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office
B.S., Business Administration, Birmingham-Southern College, 1993
Huntsville-Madison Co. Bar Association
Alabama State Bar
Alabama Trial Lawyers
Young Lawyers Association, Madison County
Vice President, 2000