I am the newest addition to Willey Law Offices, joining the firm after graduating from Roger Williams University, School of Law (located in Bristol, Rhode Island) in 2012. I went back to law school after having a prior career as a professional glassblower and glassblowing equipment manufacturer, as well as a glassblowing instructor on a number of levels.
Having resided in Brooklyn, N.Y. for a number of years, where I worked at UrbanGlass, my wife and I moved to New Orleans, LA to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. After Hurricane Katrina uprooted us from our new life in New Orleans, LA (moving there two and a half months prior to Katrina's destructive effect on the city), we then began the long journey of pursuing new careers; I then decided on a career in legal advocacy.
I am licensed to practice law in Maine and Massachusetts, as well as in the U.S. District Court, for the District of Maine and the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals. I am also an accredited Veteran’s Advocate/Attorney. I focus my practice in all areas of litigation, as well as share in my father’s passion for zealous advocacy of our firm's clients.