William accepts briefs in all areas of infrastructure and construction law.
Prior to being called to the bar, William was a Partner in the Construction Advisory and Disputes team at Pinsent Masons in Sydney. As a Partner, William regularly provided strategic advice on major infrastructure and construction projects and disputes, and has appeared in NSW courts, in expert determinations, arbitrations, mediations and before Dispute Advisory Boards.
William has also worked as a solicitor and advocate in the Middle East and was a registered lawyer with the Dubai Legal Affairs Department. He has advised on, and appeared in, major international arbitrations in numerous jurisdictions under the ICC Rules, the ADCCAC Rules, the DIAC Rules, and in ad hoc arbitrations under the Singapore Arbitration Act and the UNCITRAL Rules.
William holds a Masters in Construction Law from the University of Melbourne (Hons 1 equivalent), as well as a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Media from Macquarie University. William earned academic prizes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. William has also studied the Harvard model of negotiation at Harvard Law School.
William was recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a Leading Construction and Infrastructure Litigation Lawyer in 2019 and 2020, and as a leading barrister from 2021: Leading Construction & Infrastructure Junior Counsel – New South Wales, 2023
Most recently William was included in the inaugural Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in Australia™ 2024 for Construction/Infrastructure law.
- Construcciones v Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles S.A. v CPB Contractors Pty Ltd  NSWSC 1264
- Boulus Constructions Pty Ltd v Warrumbungle Shire Council (No 2)  NSWSC 1368
- MP Water Pty Ltd v Veolia Australia Pty Ltd (No 3)  NSWSC 1023
- MP Water Pty Ltd in its capacity as trustee for the MP Water Trust v Veolia Water Australia Pty Ltd  NSWCA 127