Will Vaughn was born and raised in Cypress, Texas. After graduating from Houston Christian High School, he attended Emory University in Atlanta and played two seasons on the varsity baseball team. Mr. Vaughn completed his undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University, where he studied History and Philosophy and graduated Cum Laude.
Mr. Vaughn earned his Juris Doctor at South Texas College of Law where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. While attending South Texas, Mr. Vaughn served on the Board of South Texas Law Review and competed in several Varsity Mock Trial and Moot Court national competitions.
Mr. Vaughn began his practice as a civil litigator handling complex construction defect cases. Quickly realizing that his talent and interest compelled him to work more in the courtroom, he now practices in all areas of Texas criminal defense, including trials and appeals.
Mr. Vaughn has also co-authored several publications, including Drug Recognition Evaluation for the 44th Annual Advanced Criminal Law Course, Protecting Your Client's Conduct While Admitting the Accuser's: Texas Rules of Evidence 403, 404, 412, and 609 for Voice for the Defense, and Drugs Made Me Do It: Can Certain Substances Lead to Violent Criminal Behavior? for The Champion.