Will Gray is a trial attorney and litigator who represents both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of matters throughout Texas. Prior to his time with the firm, he spent nearly four years as an assistant district attorney in McLennan County, finishing his time there as prosecutor in the Crimes Against Children division. During his time as a prosecutor, he gained extensive trial experience in cases ranging from misdemeanors to 1st degree felonies.
In his current role Will has experience assisting clients in a variety of matters including personal injury claims, property disputes, contract disputes, construction claims, landlord-tenant disputes, and more. He takes time to understand his client’s individual needs and works tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome for each client.
Will received his undergraduate degree from Baylor University where he was a member of the baseball team. Prior to law school, Will worked as a staffer in the Texas legislature. He received his J.D. from Baylor Law School in 2018. While in law school, Will competed in a variety of mock trial and moot court competitions. He was the winner of the Bob and Karen Wortham “Mad Dog” Mock Trial Competition and recipient of the Matt Dawson Advocacy Award.
When he’s not working, Will most enjoys spending time with his family. He also enjoys playing golf and supporting the Baylor Bears. He and his family attend Highland Baptist Church in Waco.