William Leo is a 1L with a passionate interest in democratic process, the impacts of economic disparity, and the implications of climate change. He studied philosophy and English literature at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C, where he volunteered as political theory editor for an undergraduate journal. Before attending law school, Will was an assistant on Capitol Hill and then worked in local electoral politics. His experiences instilled in him a deep interest in the progressive policymaking, constitutional governance, and ecological practice. Will was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, and the Willamette Valley, and spent his first year of college at the University of Oregon.