William T. Davis – Associate


Will has practiced extensively in the areas of family and domestic relations law since 2009.  A graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law, Will chose to focus his practice on domestic law following his enrollment in a child advocacy clinic where he was sworn in to practice as a Guardian ad Litem as a third year law student. Will works to develop meaningful relationships with his clients and opposing counsel, and he believes that a calm and reasonable approach to the practice of law is essential to successful resolution of domestic cases. Will recognizes that LGBT clients often face unique challenges in family law related issues, and Will brings several years of experience in representing LGBT family law clients - both before and after the landmark Obergefell marriage decision.

A native of Cobb County, Will has been an active member of the State Bar of Georgia since 2009 and is a member of the State Bar’s Family Law Section. Will is also a member of the Atlanta Bar Association, the Cobb County Bar Association, the Lawyers Club of Atlanta, and the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia. Will currently serves as the Treasurer for the State Bar of Georgia’s Young Lawyers Division (YLD) and is a member of the Advisory Board for the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (AVLF). Will previously served as YLD Secretary and as co-editor the YLD Review Newsletter which won 1st place recognition by the American Bar Association as the best YLD newsletter in the country during his year as co-editor.

While in law school, Will served as trial advocacy chairperson for the Ole Miss Law Moot Court Board and was a member of the Pace Law School National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition team where he was named Best Preliminary Oral Advocate. Will placed second in the 2009 Mississippi Moot Court Competition, an annual appellate advocacy tournament held between all Mississippi law schools. Prior to attending law school, Will earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from the University of Georgia where he spent 5 months studying abroad in Valencia, Spain.