Ken Wills was born and raised in Southern California, and is a graduate of UCLA, where his courses included biology, kinesiology and anatomy, public health, and the Greek language. The grandson and brother of physicians, and the son of an author and a medical malpractice defense attorney, Mr. Wills has always been interested in the health professions, and in exercise and nutrition, the prevention of disease, and the mechanisms of trauma. A member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at UCLA, Ken Wills played water polo and was an All-American swimmer.
Mr. Wills received his Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University School of Law. He formed his private law practice in Norfolk in 1987, after three years as a Norfolk Assistant City Attorney. Mr. Wills has wide-ranging trial experience in both State and Federal courts. His competitiveness and careful case preparation have led to consistent success in the medical malpractice arena, and he has obtained scores of recoveries for his clients. He focuses his practice on medical malpractice litigation, particularly cases of strong liability that involve devastating injuries or death.
Mr. Wills has previously served on the Boards of the Virginia Stage Company, the Norfolk Botanical Garden, The Williams School, and was a member of the Norfolk Board of Zoning Appeals. He continues to serve as a chair for City of Norfolk Grievance Hearing Panels. He is a member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, and is admitted to practice in all courts in Virginia, and in the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
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