Will Weaver is a trial and appellate litigator in the firm’s Government Controversies and Public Policy Litigation practice.
Mr. Weaver has worked on high-profile litigation matters on behalf of major technology companies, including trial and arbitration experience. He has represented clients before the US Supreme Court and US courts of appeals and co-authored amicus briefs in the US Supreme Court. Mr. Weaver has also represented various clients in congressional investigations, including preparing top executives for congressional hearings.
Mr. Weaver also has a robust pro bono practice. He currently represents an asylum-seeker in a petition to the Third Circuit and has successfully represented clients in a landlord-tenant proceeding.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Weaver worked as a litigator at another firm in Washington, DC. Mr. Weaver served as a law clerk to the Honorable Madeline H. Haikala of the US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama and to the Honorable Robert L. Wilkins of the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. He also served as a regional voter protection director for the Tennessee Democratic Party in the 2018 election cycle.
Mr. Weaver received his JD from Vanderbilt Law School, where he served as senior editor for Vanderbilt’s online Law Review Publication, En Banc, and interned with the Civil Division of the US Attorney’s Office in Washington, DC. Prior to law school, Mr. Weaver taught high school government and economics at the Soulsville Charter School in Memphis, Tennessee, through Teach For America.