• Municipal Law
  • Municipal Litigation
  • Economic Development
  • Land Use
  • Cyber Security


Will has over 10 years of experience working with municipal governments. He previously worked for the Fort Worth City Attorney’s Office for five years where he advised on election law, municipal procurement, Human Resource matters, the City’s Minority Business Enterprise Division, open meetings, public information, and prosecuted Class C misdemeanor violations of the Texas Penal Code, Texas Transportation Code and Fort Worth City Code. Will has drafted ordinances relating to SOBs, zoning, subdivision, building code, special events, smoking regulations, franchise agreements, solicitation, and rights-of-way. Will has additional experience working in municipal government where he served for over 5 years in various roles, including chief of staff and district director, to several council members in Houston and Fort Worth. He is currently the City Attorney for the Cities of Clarksville, Whitney and Bartlett. Will is also involved in all aspects of municipal service to MFM’s clients in Austin and Frisco, including municipal court prosecution.


  • Recipient of the 2018 – 2019 "Rising Advocate in Government Law" – State Bar of Texas, Government Law Section.


L.L.M., Western New England University School of Law, 2011
J.D., Thurgood Marshall School of Law, 2007
B.S., Texas A&M University, 2004


  • 2019 TPCA Employment Law, Civil Service & Public Information Act (PIA)/Open Records Seminar, "The Public Information Act for Law Enforcement – What you need to know" – Austin November 2019.
  • Local Government 101 Conference, The Cutting-Edge Issues, "Open Meetings" – Ennis County Texas May 2019.
  • Local Government 101 Conference, The Cutting-Edge Issues, "Open Records" – Grayson County Texas July 2018.
  • Open Government & Enforcement Conference, "Open Government Training" – Montague County Texas December 2017.
  • "Municipal Election Law" - Fort Worth City Attorney’s Office In-House CLE Training - Fort Worth, Texas November 2016.


  • State Bar of Texas


Born in McAllen, Texas, Will is extremely proud of his Rio Grande Valley roots. He is married to Tamara Trevino, a teacher from the Leander Independent School District, whom he met in the 6th grade. They are proud parents of a beautiful son, Peter, and a miniature dachshund named Jackie O. In his spare time, he enjoys running and spending time with his family.