William graduated from Albion College with a B.A. in Political Science in 1993 and received his J.D. from University of Detroit Mercy. During his time at law school, he was a member of the Law Review, which included publication of his law review article.
He was also active in Moot Court, and was awarded Best Oralist at the G. Mennen Williams Moot Court competition and Best Oralist at the National First Amendment Moot Court Competition held at Vanderbilt University.
William’s trial experience began as an intern in the Ottawa County, Michigan Prosecutor’s office. During that time, he was given the opportunity to conduct twelve trials to the court and one jury trial.
After graduating law school, William passed the Michigan, Ohio, and Kentucky bar exams. William clerked for Judge Huddleston on the Kentucky Court of Appeals and taught as an adjunct faculty member at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky. After his clerkship, he returned to Cincinnati to continue his career.
William is a certified mediator for the Better Business Bureau of Cincinnati and an active member of the greater Cincinnati community.
William currently practices Business Law, Litigation, Probate/Estate Planning and Homeowner Association law from his office in Madeira.