Wills Collier’s practice focuses on patent infringement litigation related to a range of technologies, including computer and electrical engineering, oil and gas technologies, and mechanical systems. He has experience in all phases of district court litigation. Wills’s technical and engineering background allows him to develop a deep understanding of the technology and effectively communicate those issues to judges and juries.
Wills Joined the firm in 2020 after a clerkship with Judge Robert Schroeder III of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. Wills began his career practicing patent litigation at a large international law firm. His practice focused on all aspects of patent litigation and represented a range of companies, from Fortune 500 to tech startups.
Wills graduated cum laude from Baylor Law School with a concentration in Intellectual Property. At Baylor, Wills served as Senior Technical Editor on the board of the Baylor Law Review and was recognized as Law Review Student of the Year for his contributions to the journal. He also earned the highest overall grade in Patent Law and participated extensively in Moot Court, joining the Baylor Barrister Society and competing in the International Moot Court Competition in Information Technology & Privacy Law.
Wills developed his passion for technology and innovation while earning his Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He was also admitted to the Sigma Gamma Tau Aerospace Engineering Honor Society. Before attending law school, Wills obtained a breadth of experience working both for a major aerospace manufacturer and a small tech startup. During his last year at Embry-Riddle, Wills achieved his lifelong dream of obtaining his pilot’s license.