Executive Committee Member
William studied his Master of Laws degree at the University of Sydney. He obtained Bachelor’s degrees in Law (Honours) and Business, and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, from the Queensland University of Technology. In his Master’s degree he pursued his interest in international law and legal philosophy, with one of his adapted papers being placed runner up in the ACICA Essay Competition 2021. He cares about Australian democracy, having published a paper in the UNSW Court of Conscience Journal on institutional bias and its detriment to democracy.
Since 2018, William has served as a Committee Member in the Asian Australian Lawyers Association. Prior to joining AALA, he volunteered for not-for-profit associations in the community and still maintains connections to those associations which support the broader communities.