William Ronald Privette was born in New Jersey and moved to Texas in 1998 with his family. Will attended high school in Colleyville, Texas and received a golf and music scholarship to Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, emphasizing in Pre-Law. Will participated in debate competitions for his alma mater, most notably in the National Moot-Court Championship for Mediation at John Marshall School of Law for three consecutive years. Will was also recognized as an outstanding delegate in the Model Arab League in 2008-2009, a multi-regional model competition in which university students from across the world learn about and compete as representatives from the Member States of the Arab League. From TWU, Will was accepted to Texas Wesleyan School of Law (Now Texas A&M School of Law) where he earned his Juris Doctorate in 2012. Since being admitted to practice in Texas, Will has practiced in a variety of fields, including but not limited to Family Law, Bankruptcy Law, Real Estate Law, Consumer law, Transactional law, and most prominently, Personal Injury Law.