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William Roberts, an attorney in our Dallas office, joined Mayer LLP after serving as a judicial law clerk and briefing attorney for the Hon. Chief Justice John M. Bailey and Hon. Justice W. Bruce Williams of the Eleventh District Court of Appeals of Texas.  Will assists in the firm’s appellate and trial litigation sections, using his experience as a judicial clerk and briefing attorney to advance his clients’ interests effectively and efficiently. 

While in law school, Will became a student-attorney in the Texas Tech Family Law and Housing Clinic, representing clients pro-bono in a variety of matters under the supervision of a licensed attorney.  He also excelled in scholastic advocacy competitions, earning distinctions such as Top Appellate Brief Awards.  Will also served as a Property Law Tutor for Professor Gerry Beyer and was a member of the Texas Tech Law Review.  He gained invaluable legal experience during law school while assisting clients in various matters throughout the course of multiple legal internships and clerkships.  Due to his diligence and passion for the law, Will graduated from law school summa cum laude and was inducted into the Order of the Coif. 

Services

  • Litigation

Education

  • Texas Tech School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2020
  • Baylor University, B.A. in Philosophy, Minor in Music, 2016

Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas, 2020

Distinctions & Certifications

  • Order of the Coif Member, 2020
  • Top Brief Award, Board of Barristers Moot Court Competition, 2019

Professional Activities

  • Texas Bar Association

Community Involvement

Prior to law school, Will frequently volunteered at his local Family Abuse Center, helping in whatever ways were needed.  He also enjoyed serving as a youth basketball coach for the Upward Basketball Organization.  During law school, Will actively volunteered his time and knowledge to pro-bono legal organizations.  Because he is new to Dallas, Will plans to resume volunteer work as soon as he learns what volunteering opportunities are available in his community.  If you know of any volunteering organizations that could use an extra pair of hands, Will encourages you to reach out to him!