William Volet is an Associate in the Product’s Liability & Toxic Tort and Aviation Practice Groups.
Prior to joining the firm, Will served as an Assistant State Attorney in the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office.
Will was selected to work in the Economic Crimes Unit where he would handle cases involving complex theft and organized crime. Will also was a member of the Career Criminal and Robbery unit where he prosecuted First Degree Murders and Armed Robberies, including a number of high profile cases featured on local media. He represented the State of Florida in more than forty jury trials and thirty bench trials during his tenure.
Will received his Juris Doctor from Hofstra University School of Law where he served as Associate Editor for the Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal.
He was on the Dean’s List and worked as a teaching assistant for the Legal Analysis, Writing and Research course. He received his Bachelor of Arts in European History from the University of Hartford where he graduated cum laude and worked for the Hartford Courant
- Co-Author, “The First Prong’s Effect on the Docket: How the Second Circuit Should Modify the McDonnel Douglas Framework in Title VII Reverse Discrimination Claims,” Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal, Volume 30, No 1. Fall 2012.