Will Cardwell joined Armbrust & Brown in 2018. His practice focuses on land use and real estate development, construction and design, utility development and financing, local government regulation, and representing special utility districts.

Will also manages a commercial litigation docket representing both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of areas, including real estate, construction, oil and gas, and other complex business litigation.

Prior to joining Armbrust & Brown, Will was a litigation associate in the Dallas office of Zelle LLP where he developed his skills working on large commercial and industrial property insurance, reinsurance, and subrogation disputes.

Will graduated from The University of Texas at Austin Red McCombs School of Business with a degree in Finance and received his J.D. as an early graduate from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. During law school, Will was an associate editor for the International Law Review and served as a student attorney authorized to practice law in Texas, prior to passing the Texas Bar Exam, on lawsuits associated with SMU’s Civil Clinic Consumer Advocacy Project. Made possible by the Office of the Texas Attorney General to supplement the existing civil clinic program, the Consumer Advocacy Project provides representation for low-income clients in Dallas area courts on matters related to deceptive trade practices.