Will Blocker entered US Naval Service in Richardson, Texas, and served as an avionics technician from 1997-2001. After a successful transition to civilian life, Will followed in his family’s footsteps to the construction field. He earned an Associates in Business and later specialty certificates in the HVAC industry. After operating a successful HVAC business and other endeavors in related fields he suffered an injury that required a career transition. Will recognized this as an opportunity to achieve his youthful aspiration of becoming an attorney.
While assisting his wife, raise their three boys, he completed his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with high academic achievement.
Will belongs to several national organizations including the A.F.A.M., Shriners International, and Scottish Rite. He has been actively involved in promoting the understanding of and participation in politics and believes all Americans have a duty in self-government regardless of their political affiliation. As a first-generation college student, Will desires to give back with his new gift of education by mentoring others who are unsure of how to navigate the educational system.
During the first two years of law school, Will made the Dean’s List, Faculty Honor Roll, and received the CALI Award for Income Tax Law. He is a Distinguished Member of the OCU Law Review. Will has worked as a clerk and legal licensed intern for Compton Law, Ascent Resources, Harrison & Mecklenburg, and the Honorable Justice Kauger of the Supreme Court of Oklahoma.