William hails from Indiana and went to college in Chicago. He got his BA, summa cum laude, in History and English from Loyola University. He was also awarded the Fr. Edward L. Surtz Prize for excellence in the English major. After college, he attended graduate school at Harvard, where he earned an AM in English Literature. After several years of teaching and graduate work at Harvard, he decided he would rather be a lawyer than a professor, and headed for Yale Law School. At Yale, he fell in love with corporate governance and securities litigation. He earned his JD and will soon begin work at a large law firm in New York.
William taught at Harvard as a graduate instructor for five years. He also taught writing for the Warrior-Scholar Project, which provides academic bootcamps for military veterans. At Yale, he was a teaching assistant for the first-year Torts course. At Cambridge Coaching, William focuses on the LSAT and law school admissions, as well as tutoring in literature, expository writing and the humanities.
In his free time, William enjoys reading history and playing video games. He usually has a comedy podcast in his headphones.