Will is an associate in the Washington office. Immediately prior to joining Three Crowns, Will held the Raoul Berger–Mark DeWolfe Howe Fellowship at Harvard Law School and taught Roman law at Boston College Law School. He clerked for Judge José A. Cabranes on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in 2017–18.

Will’s recently published or forthcoming academic work covers a variety of topics in private law and legal history. He has given invited talks on the history of choice-of-law theory and the history of procedure in English, French, and Italian at law faculties in Italy, the United States, and Switzerland.

Will studied classics at Princeton University and earned his law degree at Yale Law School. He will receive his Ph.D. in legal history from the University of Chicago in June 2020.