Will is a Senior Attorney with the firm. Will practices in the areas of Worker’s Compensation, Employment Law and Personal Injury. Will graduated from the University of Washington in 2005, where he received a major in Political Science and a minor in Philosophy. Will obtained his Juris Doctor from the Gonzaga School of Law in 2009, and subsequently accepted a position as an associate attorney with Beck Law Offices in June of 2009, and was promoted to Senior Attorney with the firm in June of 2016. Throughout his seven-plus years of practice, Will has obtained hundreds of settlements, verdicts, agency and court decisions for the firm’s clients. Will provided significant contributions in a 2011 wrongful termination case, wherein Beck Law Offices received a 3.8 million dollar jury verdict after the case was upheld on appeal by the Ninth Circuit.
Will is tenacious! He grew up in the Pittsburgh-area until his family moved to Spokane when he was 15 years old. Will played multiple sports for Central Valley High School in Spokane, where he was a stand-out student and athlete. He was offered scholarships from several colleges and universities for both football and baseball. However, he chose to pursue his dream of playing football and obtaining an undergraduate degree from the University of Washington. In 2001, Will was one of more than 100 athletes to compete in the annual open-school try-outs for the Husky football team, and he was the only one from the tryouts to make the team! Will went on to be selected by the UW coaches as the recipient of the annual Mark Drennan Defensive Scout of the Year award for the 2004 season. Will is proud to have earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington, where he also earned his varsity letter as a defensive end for the Huskies!
Will and his wife, Keri, have a son and two daughters. They call Hayden home, where they spend the majority of their time outdoors, taking full advantage of the scenic beauty of Northern Idaho. Of course, during football season, Will makes sure to take as many road trips as possible to Seattle to root on his beloved Huskies. Somehow, Will and Larry still manage to speak to each other during Apple Cup weekend, even though Larry is a devoted WSU Cougar fan!