Honors & Awards
The Best Lawyers in America® "Ones to Watch", 2024 (Commercial Litigation, Health Care Law, Litigation - Trusts and Estates, Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants)
Kentucky Super Lawyers®, Rising Star, 2023 (Estate and Trust Litigation)
Jefferson Circuit Court, Staff Attorney to Judge Mitch Perry, August 2019 to September 2021
University of Kentucky Rosenberg College of Law, Lexington, JD, 2019
- Kentucky Law Journal, Articles Editor
Temple University, Philadelphia, BA in History, 2014
Will Carroll’s love of learning brought him to the practice of law, and now that thirst for knowledge informs and propels his litigation practice each day. As an undergrad at Temple University in Philadelphia, Will majored in history, where he discovered a knack for writing and research—skills that he uses and develops further daily as an attorney. His desire to read more, write more, and simply know more led him to law school at the University of Kentucky, where he earned his J.D. After his admission to the bar, Will spent two years clerking with Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Mitch Perry. This was an invaluable learning experience for him—seeing litigation from the other side of the bench gave him a different perspective that now informs his own litigation practice at McBrayer.
At McBrayer, Will practices in the litigation group, focusing primarily on insurance defense and medical malpractice litigation, as well as trust litigation. Will finds satisfaction in the fast-paced nature of litigation and sees it as a fitting application for his research skills and love of learning. Each litigation matter presents a new puzzle and a new opportunity to help a client by providing knowledge, fine attention to detail, and efficient problem-solving skills.
In his time outside of working from McBrayer’s Louisville office, Will can be found attending live music events, enjoying the outdoors through fishing, hiking, camping, and cycling, and cheering for Philadelphia’s sports teams.
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