WILBOURN “WILL“ T. WOODWARD
Mr. Woodward received his B.A. with a Joint Degree in History and Government from the University of Texas at Austin, graduating with High Honors. He attended the University of Houston Law Center where he was an Articles Editor on the Houston Business & Tax Law Journal and briefly interned for federal magistrate Judge Mary Milloy. He obtained his J.D. in 2006 and became licensed to practice law in Texas that same year.
For over a decade Mr. Woodward has practiced civil litigation, handling hundreds of litigated tort and commercial cases. In particular, Mr. Woodward has extensive experience with insurance defense matters, in which he has defended personal injury and wrongful death claims, property damage claims, premises liability claims, and products liability claims. He has also represented a wide variety of clients, from highly sophisticated multibillion dollar corporations to small charitable non-profit organizations.
Mr. Woodward is a member of the State Bar of Texas and admitted to practice in all United States District Courts in the State of Texas.