Will has been in involved in Alternative Dispute Resolution since his call to the Bar in 2005. Will has lectured and taught conflict resolution courses across Canada, throughout the Caribbean, the UK and Africa and has taught negotiation skills at both the University of Toronto and University of Windsor Law Schools.
Before moving to Bruce County, Will was a Toronto-based mediator and negotiation consultant. While in Law School at the University of Ottawa, Will represented Canada and won the International Negotiation Competition in London, England and went on to judge and then coach subsequent Canadian teams from the University of Western Ontario.
Will is now focused on Family Law and he has a keen interest in Collaborative Law and negotiation of fair and equitable separation agreements.
Will is currently the Vice-Chair of the Grey Bruce Collaborative Law Group.
In Collaborative Practice, you commit to:
1. Negotiate a mutually acceptable settlement without having courts decide issues.
2. Maintain open communication and information sharing.
3. Create shared solutions acknowledging the highest priorities of all.