William Clark “Will” Anderson was born in Morton, Mississippi and raised in Gallatin, Tennessee. Mr. Anderson graduated from Hampden-Sydney College with a degree in Psychology.
Following college, Mr. Anderson enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, while also attending Florida Coastal School of Law. In 2008, Mr. Anderson was deployed to al Anbar, Iraq where he served as a rifleman and radio operator in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. During his time in the USMC, Mr. Anderson maintained a security clearance, received multiple medals and awards, and worked for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA.)
After graduating from law school, Mr. Anderson worked as a public defender in Tampa and as a court appointed attorney in Polk County. For several years, Mr. Anderson worked as a private criminal defense attorney throughout Florida. Mr. Anderson has handled, to varying degrees, thousands of criminal cases. Mr. Anderson’s extensive experience includes successfully defending a number of high-profile media cases; alleged sex offenses; drug offenses; violent crimes; juvenile delinquency; and all manner of violent and non-violent criminal offenses.
Mr. Anderson’s work has garnered attention from several local, national, and international news organizations. Mr. Anderson has been called upon to lecture to other attorneys and law students at both the Tampa Office of the Public Defender and Florida Coastal School of Law.
Mr. Anderson has devoted his entire professional life to defending individuals from the government. Mr. Anderson treats each client and their families with the dignity and respect that they deserve. Mr. Anderson aggressively and diligently defends each case.
Mr. Anderson joined Mander Law Group in 2018. He focuses on criminal defense.