William Lange is an associate attorney managing Geiger Law Office's legal department. William has provided hundreds of clients with tactical planning to protect their assets and wealth transfer plans. William uses innovative estate and asset protection strategies to help clients plan around potential tax pitfalls and ensure they have protection well into the future.
William has a broad range of legal experience including working as a judicial extern for the Honorable Jill L. Burkhardt of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of California, and litigating a wide variety of disputes including employment, family law, and commercial business disputes.
William has a bachelor’s degree from Duke University in history, with a minor in philosophy. He graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 2017 where he was team captain of the University’s National Mock Trial Team. He was selected as a member of the Order of the Barristers for exceptional written and oral advocacy, and he earned the Michael T. Thorsnes award for most outstanding trial advocate. Prior to attending law school, William taught the LSAT for Kaplan University while living in Las Vegas.
When William is not busy advocating on behalf of his clients, he spends his free time coaching the University of San Diego School of Law’s National Mock Trial Team, golfing, traveling, or watching Duke basketball.