Will has a litigation practice with an emphasis on representing insurance carriers, their insureds, and self-insured entities against liability claims. Will’s experience has included providing for the defense in all manners of general liability, bodily injury, professional liability and malpractice, workers’ compensation, construction defect, and defective product claims.
Will began his legal career as a deputy prosecutor for the Canyon County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, where he managed a large felony and misdemeanor caseload consisting of illegal drug, firearm, DUI, and traffic offenses. It was there that Will obtained significant trial experience, taking 20 cases before a jury. He also regularly provided training to law enforcement on search and seizure, Fifth Amendment, and criminal procedure topics. Will continues to devote a portion of his practice to criminal law, defending clients who face charges in federal and state court. Will also applies his criminal law expertise to criminal issues which overlap civil litigation matters, such as court-ordered restitution and self-incrimination.
Prior to entering college, Will served as a petty officer in the United States Navy, and was stationed on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. John C. Stennis (CVN-74).
Griffin v. Jump Time Meridian, LLC, 161 Idaho 913, 393 P.3d 573 (2017): Idaho Supreme Court affirmed grant of summary judgment for the defense in a $900,000 personal injury action where Plaintiff had failed to present admissible evidence of breach duty and causation.
LAW SCHOOL: University of Idaho, J.D. , 2008
UNDERGRADUATE: Northern Arizona University, B.S., cum laude, 2004
Honorable Robert Elgee, Fifth Judicial District, 2008-2009
Idaho Legal History Society, Treasurer, 2016
Idaho Volunteer Lawyers Program, Veterans Legal Clinic, 2016