Attorney Will Pew brings many years of practical experience as both a commercial real estate broker and, more recently, a small business owner to Hecker PLLC. Will focuses his practice on general business law, representing entities and corporate executives in contract negotiations, entity formation, and employment related matters.
Previously, Will worked for CB Richard Ellis in New York City where he engaged with Fortune 500 companies focused primarily on negotiating commercial lease acquisitions and dispositions. Additionally, he has experience owning and running a custom furniture business and is an accomplished woodworker. Will has worked with Southern Arizona Legal Aid and the Volunteer Lawyers Program volunteering in the Domestic Relations, Mortgage, Bankruptcy, and Child and Family Law clinics helping low-income families and individuals with a variety of legal issues.
A 2014 graduate of the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law, Will graduated with distinction, including Summa Cum Laude and Order of the Coif. While in law school, in addition to serving as an editor for the Arizona Law Review, Will was a member of both the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Team and the College’s Transactional Law Meet Team.
A Tucson native, Will is dedicated to the community. He is currently serving on the Board of Trustees at the Gregory School and remains active at the Arizona College of Law as an Adjunct Professor, teaching the Transactional Law Meet skills class and as a coach to the Transactional Law Meet Team. Previously, Will served for several years as the president of the Catalina Foothills Association, a neighborhood association representing over 1600 homes. Outside of work, Will enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters. He is an avid traveler, outdoorsman, and skier and enjoys adventure and exposure to diverse cultures, food, and people.
University of Arizona Rogers College of Law, J.D., 2014: Summa Cum Laude, Order of the Coif
Dean’s Recognition Award Winner.
Arizona Law Review – Articles Editor; Publication Committee.
F. Britton Burns Award – Best Oral Argument, 2013 Samuel M. Fegtly Moot Court Competition.
Samuel M. Fegtly Award – Best Combined Brief & Oral Argument Score, 2013 Samuel M. Fegtly Moot Court Competition.
Excellence in Brief Writing – Award for Excellence in Brief Writing, 2013 Samuel M. Fegtly Moot Court Competition.
Dean’s List, all semesters.
Moot Court Board
Ares Fellow: Student Assistant to Small Section, 2013–14
LLM Program Writing Fellow, Spring 2014
Constitutional Law Teaching Fellow, Spring 2013