Will is a senior associate in Hausfeld's London office. He has experience in managing cases throughout all stages of the litigation process as well as in finding out of court solutions through alternative dispute resolution and settlement negotiations.
Will started his career at Herbert Smith Freehills, where he was a trainee then associate in the firm's litigation division. More recently, he practised as a legal advisor to the UK Government on EU, International and Trade law. Will also undertook a secondment to a FTSE 100 financial institution, during which he managed a portfolio of high value, complex international disputes.
Will's experience includes:
- acting in relation to a US$1.2 billion claim brought by the Libyan Investment Authority against Goldman Sachs International
- advising a FTSE 100 financial institution in relation to a claim arising from the fraudulent investment fund operated by Bernard Madoff
- advising a commercial client in relation to a dispute with a major bank arising from a £200 million loan secured on its central London property portfolio.
While working for the UK government, he advised on a range of EU and international matters, including negotiating legislation in the Council of the European Union in Brussels and advising on private international law and investor-state dispute settlement.
University College London: BA (Hons) Philosophy
College of Law: Graduate Diploma in Law
BPP Law School: Legal Practice Course
Solicitor, England and Wales
Higher Rights of Audience (Civil Courts)